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Bruce Springsteen had to abruptly cancel three of his tour dates late last week after the death of former band mate Danny Federici. The concerts have now been rescheduled.

The rock world has been mourning the loss of longtime E Street Band member Federici since news of his death surfaced on Thursday. The band, which is fronted by Springsteen, canceled concerts over the weekend in Fort Lauderdale, Orlando, and Tampa.

Make up dates have now been announced for those three shows. The Orlando and Tampa shows will be made up this week on April 23rd and 22nd, respectively.
Fans of Springsteen in Fort Lauderdale will have to wait a bit longer. That show is rescheduled for Friday, May 2nd.

Springsteen and the E Street Band have been touring after the release of their new album, Magic. The shows up until this point have been loaded with music off the new album. They do, however, find a way to incorporate many of their classic hits into the shows.

The show in Tampa will be the bands first since the passing of Federici. He played with the band on several of their albums, but was replaced in November of 2007, so he could continue his battle with cancer, which he lost on Thursday.