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September 28, 1987| Arts and entertainment reports from The Times, national and international news services and the nation's press and Compiled by Deborah Caulfield and John Voland

U2's singer, Bono Hewson, told his Philadelphia audience Friday night that he wouldn't be able to play guitar due to a shoulder injury. Instead, he brought out someone who could--Bruce Springsteen. The Boss jammed with the Irish band on Ben E. King's classic "Stand By Me," but waved away the audience's full-throated demands for more. U2 forged on without him for three more tunes.

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