In case you still had doubts, Bruce released a statement today to deny the false rumours spread by the press (particulary in the UK via Sunday Times and NME).
Nugs.net has announced a 50% off Black Friday sale for all the recordings from the Springsteen Archive. The offer lasts until Monday Nov.26th at midnight. A 25% discount is also available for CDs of the same shows.
Check out the inmense list of live recordings at live.brucespringsteen.net
From 1975 to 2017, hundreds of live shows are available now at half-price, including legendary gis such as The Agora 1978, Tower Theatre New Year’s Eve 1975, The Christic Benefit ’90, Saint Louis 2008, Buffalo “Greetings” night 2009, Brendan Byrne Arena 1984, Helsinki 2003, Leeds 2013, Freehold 1996, The Roxy ’78, Passaic ’78 and many many others, including complete tours from 2014 onwards.
One day before its worlwide TV broadcast via Netflix, Columbia Records will release the soundtrack for Springsteen on Broadway, the show that Bruce has been presenting at the Walter Kerr Theatre over 236 nights since October of 2017.
It’ll be released digitally, as well as a 2CD set and as a 4-LP set (150-gram vinyl, with a clear plastic slip-sleeve), including the full performance (both the songs and the stories), as recorded on July 17th and 18th of 2018. The advance single, for “Land of Hope and Dreams”, is now available at Youtube and Spotify.
Full contents of Springsteen on Broadway:
- Growin’ Up (introduction & song)
- My Hometown (introduction & song)
- My Father’s House (introduction & song)
- The Wish (introduction & song)
- Thunder Road (introduction & song)
- The Promised Land (introduction & song)
- Born in the U.S.A. (introduction & song)
- Tenth Avenue Freeze-out (introduction & song)
- Tougher Than the Rest (introduction & song)
- Brilliant Disguise (introduction & song)
- Long Time Comin’ (introduction & song)
- The Ghost of Tom Joad (introduction & song)
- The Rising (song)
- Dancing in the Dark (introduction & song)
- Land of Hope and Dreams (song)
- Born to Run (introduction & song)
In between Broadway performances Bruce Springsteen went back to Asbury Park to attend the See.Hear.Now Festival, a music & surf event organized by photographer Danny Clinch.
Sunday night he joined Social Distortion onstage for an intense 3-song, 15-minute setwhich ended with a long and hot version of Johnny Cash’s “Ring of Fire”.
Photo: Sydney Gawlik – See.Hear.Now