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Bruce Springsteen (Ed Burns)
"My greatest musical fan moment came in 1995," Burns told EW. "It was right after my first film came out – The Brothers McMullen – and my brother and I drove up to Connecticut to catch Springsteen during the Tom Joad tour. After the show, my brother tries to pressure me to get us backstage. Now that I have a movie in theaters, we think we can get backstage to meet Bruce. We go up to security, we ask if we can go backstage, they let us go back but we clearly don't go to the inner sactum... it's clear Bruce is not going to be entering this room... The only way to get out is through the tunnel underneath the stadium. As we're walking out to the parking lot, Bruce and a buddy of his are walking toward us." As Burns went on to explain, the buddy had seen his movie, introduced him to Springsteen, and led the two to having drinks backstage with the musician.
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Paul McCartney (Rob Huebel)
"The best concert in the world is Paul McCartney live," Huebel told EW. "I saw Paul McCartney a couple years ago at Outside Lands... [he] plays for three hours-plus, live, and he takes you through the whole catalog of his music... He knows how psyched you are to be there with him."
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Mick Jagger (Rachel Zoe)
"I'm obsessed with music," Rachel Zoe told EW. "From the late '60s to the mid-'70s... the first time I met Mick Jagger... I couldn't breathe. I literally couldn't breathe. It was just that moment, like, 'You're Mick Jagger. I can't hear anything you're saying."
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Patti Smith (Natasha Lyonne)
"I recently saw Patti Smith play," Lyonne told EW. "She had performed all of Horses from start to finish... It really made me long for different times."
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Ian Anderson from Jethro Tull (Lisa Lampanelli)
"One time, I totally geeked out cause I got to interview Ian Anderson from Jethro Tull," Lampanelli spilled to EW. "I'm secretly hoping he wants to marry me. I'm about to get off the phone and I just go, 'Ian Anderson, I just have to tell you that I really love the way you live your life and I think you're an example to everyone and to all men of how life should be lived.'"
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Bruce Springsteen (Josh Lucas)
"When I was 12, 13 years old, my father was an emergency room doctor in Tacoma, Washington," Lucas began to EW. "I was kind of a kid who liked whatever pop music at the time. Bruce Springsteen was coming to town to play a concert." Lucas said he didn't may much mind to the show, as he was into "new-age jazz" or something similar at the time, but his dad came home from work and told him about an interesting patient. "His name is Bruce Springsteen and he has a temperature of 103 and I took care of him today," Lucas' dad told him. The actor went on to add that Springsteen then invited Lucas' family to the show, which he called, "one of the greatest concerts, if not the greatest concert I've ever seen in my life," adding, "I wore a Bruce Springsteen Born in the U.S.A. T-shirt to school for the rest of the year."
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Kate Nash (Victoria Justice)
"I was at New York Fashion Week and I went to the Mara Hoffman show," Justice explained to EW. "I was sitting next to this girl and she was blonde and really pretty and she seemed cool. We were just chatting throughout the show... The show ended and... she was like, 'Yeah, you should by through the party later.' I was like, 'Okay, awesome! Let me get your number.' I was like, 'So what's your name again?' And she's like, 'Kate.... Nash,' and I'm like, 'Oh my god! I love your music.'"
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Liza Minnelli (Tony Hale)
"The cool experience that I'll always remember is when Liza Minnelli was cast as my girlfriend in Arrested Development," Hale told EW. "I was talking with her in the trailer once and she invited my wife and I out to lunch. I was blown away. We picked her up in my crappy car... I was like, 'Liza Minnelli is in my car.'" The two proceeded to chat about her recent concerts and her music before Minnelli "[broke] out with 'Liza with a Z' in the back seat" of Hale's car.
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Mick Jagger (Emily Mortimer)
Mortimer had her biggest music fan-out moment when she met Mick Jagger at a party. "Mick Jagger is someone that I've been trained by my mother from an early age to just think is sort of the sexiest, most brilliant, incredible person alive," she explained. "I've been obsessed with Mick Jagger. I know all his songs, have all his albums, and have seen him many times in concert. I met him at a party and I thought I knew him. I did that weird thing where someone said 'Emily do you know Mick?' and I went, 'Oh, yes!' I went to kiss him and as I got to kiss him, I realized it was Mick Jagger."
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Keri Hilson (Keke Palmer)
"When I was about 16 or 17, I think I might have been 16," Palmer began to EW. "Keri Hilson's first album had come out and I loved it so much. I knew that she wrote a lot of her music and I loved her tone of voice and I just thought it was really beautiful music. I remember I saw her at the Keyshia Cole concert and I literally ran up to her like, 'I love your album... it's so amazing, you're so awesome. Oh my gosh, oh my gosh, oh my gosh.'"
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Paul Simon (Chiwetel Ejiofor)
"When I was about 8 or 9, I remember my parents coming back from a Paul Simon concert," Ejiofor explained to EW. "They had been great fans of Graceland and Paul Simon... in my house, it was played a lot. It made me kind of a lifelong fan of Paul Simon. I went to a Paul Simon concert not long ago, just with a couple of friends in L.A. I realized as I was watching it... that day, when my parents had gone to see him, my father was actually the same age as me. This guy had somehow spanned both of our lives."