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Bruce Springsteen Archives

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Bruce Springsteen Archives

Bruce Springsteen Archives is an ongoing collection of officially released live albums by Bruce Springsteen & The E Street Band. Beginning in November 2014 with the first release, Springsteen sought out to release fully recorded shows from his past archives officially to fans for purchase through The idea originally came after Springsteen released every concert from his High Hopes Tour for fans to purchase. Some of the shows have been previously released unofficially through lower quality bootlegs circulating amongst fans for many years but now have been digitally restored and remastered for the first time and officially endorsed for release by Springsteen. Fans have the option of purchasing the album through digital download or CD.[1]

Bruce Springsteen Archives releases

  1. Apollo Theater 3/09/12 (November 2014)
  2. The Agora, Cleveland 1978 (December 2014)
  3. Tower Theater, Philadelphia 1975 (February 2015)
  4. Nassau Coliseum, New York 1980 (March 2015)
  5. Brendan Byrne Arena, New Jersey 1984 (May 2015)
  6. LA Sports Arena, California 1988 (July 2015)
  7. Schottenstein Center, Ohio 2005 (September 2015)

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