Sweden 2012

Cited by fans as one of the strongest nights on the European Wrecking Ball tour, Gothenburg 7/28/12 delivers a long, rich set sparked by rare performances of “Who’ll Stop The Rain,” “My Lucky Day” and “Lost In The Flood,” plus Tracks standouts “Frankie” and “Where The Bands Are,” the latter for the last time to date. The emotional high point comes in the encore with the first performance of “Jungleland” following the passing of the Big Man, Clarence Clemons. Gothenburg 7/28/12 is the night the torch passed to his nephew, Jake Clemons, who continues the Clemons legacy on E Street.

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Detroit ’88

A stunning snapshot of the Tunnel Of Love Express Tour in its purest form, Detroit 3/28/88 serves as a showcase for the album’s key songs including “Two Faces,” “All That Heaven Will Allow, “Spare Parts,” “Brilliant Disguise,” “Tougher Than The Rest, “One Step Up,” the title track and most notably the first live archive release of “Walk Like A Man.” The 30-song set also features a cover of Elvis Presley’s “Love Me Tender” and the “Detroit Medley,” plus a bonus soundcheck performance of “Reason To Believe,” a song which never appeared in a Tunnel show. 

Nassau ’09

The first leg of the 2009 Working On A Dream tour enters the spotlight with Nassau 5/4/09. This superlative 27-song set serves as a showcase for the album, including key songs “Outlaw Pete,” “Kingdom of Days,” “The Wrestler” and the title track. Beyond WOAD, Nassau offers a delectable blend of classics (“She’s The One” and a brilliant “For You”), contemporary material (“Radio Nowhere,” “American Land,” “Hard Times [Come Again No More]”) and fun surprises, including the tour premiere of “Rendezvous” and the E Street Band’s one-for-the-ages cover of Gamble & Huff’s irresistible “Expressway To Your Heart.”

Remembering Robert Conti

We send out our condolences to the Conti family. Robert was a great part of the Westside group the Broadways who I had the pleasure of opening up for. Robert also came along on the road with us for a short while in the 70's and was a wonderful guy to work with and be around. Hardworking and always ready for a laugh, he'll be deeply missed. All our love.

- Bruce Springsteen