Leeds ’13

Taking their Wrecking Ball tour indoors to christen the newly opened First Direct Arena, Springsteen and the E Street Band deliver an exceptional, surprise-laden show in front of an ecstatic Leeds audience. The show-opening “Roulette” is but the first of several special additions, including “Something in the Night,” “Thundercrack” “This Depression” and “American Skin (41 Shots),” plus the tour debuts of “Local Hero,” “Gotta Get That Feeling,” “Secret Garden” and CCR’s “Bad Moon Rising.”

‘Springsteen On Broadway’ the soundtrack album coming December 14

Columbia Records will release the 'Springsteen On Broadway’ soundtrack album on December 14th, featuring the songs and stories from Tony Award winner Bruce Springsteen's historic 236-show run at Jujamcyn's Walter Kerr Theatre. Consisting of the complete audio from the upcoming 'Springsteen On Broadway' Netflix release, the soundtrack album will be available on 4 LPs or 2 CDs as well as a digital download and on streaming services.

Listen to "Land of Hope and Dreams" from the 'Springsteen On Broadway’ soundtrack album here.

Based on his worldwide best-selling autobiography 'Born to Run,’ 'Springsteen on Broadway' is a unique evening with Bruce, his guitar, a piano, and his very personal stories. On the 'Springsteen On Broadway’ soundtrack album, each of these stories appears as its own track, labeled as an "introduction" to the song it precedes. The audio for ‘Springsteen on Broadway’ was mixed by the legendary Bob Clearmountain and mastered by the acclaimed Bob Ludwig.

'Springsteen on Broadway' is available for pre-order starting today.

Helsinki ‘03

At last, the Rising tour arrives in the form of Springsteen’s first-ever appearance in Finland. Helsinki serves as a potent album showcase and features nine Rising cuts including “Lonesome Day,” “Empty Sky,” “World’s Apart,” “You’re Missing,” “Into the Fire” and the title track. The set’s poignancy is well balanced by playfulness, with vibrant versions of “No Surrender,” “Dancing In The Dark,” “Darlington County,” “Seven Nights To Rock” and “Glory Days,” plus a striking, set-opening solo acoustic version of “Born In The U.S.A.”

Chicago ’99

The last night of a three-show Windy City stand captures Bruce Springsteen and the E Street Band playing with the kind of purpose and passion that made the Reunion tour so memorable. Chicago ’99 balances tour staples like “Murder Incorporated,” “Youngstown” and “If I Should Fall Behind” with rarer outings for “Adam Raised A Cain,” “Independence Day” and “She’s the One,” plus true surprises “Take ‘Em As They Come,” “Janey, Don’t You Lose Heart” and a resplendent “New York City Serenade.”

Wembley ’81

The first official live recording from Europe ’81 is a revelatory chapter in Springsteen’s touring history. London provides a window into this extraordinary stretch of the River tour that saw Bruce exploring new musical directions through songs like “Follow That Dream” and “Johnny Bye Bye.” On a crusade to convert first-time audiences across the continent, Springsteen and the E Street Band never played better, pouring out potent versions of River material and sublime covers including CCR’s “Who’ll Stop The Rain,” Gary U.S. Bonds’ “Jolé Blon” and Elvis’ “Can’t Help Falling In Love.”