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New Archive Release: "The Spectrum Will Live Forever..." - Philadelphia October 20, 2009

posted Jul 14, 2017, 7:03 PM by Brandon Thompson

Ok, I'm particularly excited about this archive release as I was personally in attendance at this show and what a show it was. This was Springsteen's last performance at the legendary Spectrum. This was the second show Springsteen show I saw at this venue and looking back, I can't tell you how much I miss that place. I was really too young at the time to appreciate a venue like the Spectrum, where no matter where you sat, you were a part of the entertainment. Everything felt like it was just right there. It's hard to really explain but those Philadelphia natives and people who saw concerts there know exactly what I mean. Anyway, this was a great show and it started off with a huge bang as Bruce opened with "The Price You Pay." Which at the time, was a HUGE deal as the song was not performed live since 1981. This was also the show that debuted "Higher and Higher," which would later become a staple through the remainder of the tour. The show had a lot of passion and energy, along with a full performance of the "Born In The U.S.A." album. So it really has everything for any Springsteen fans, both the hits and rarities. 

Brad Sterling, who works at the site who mixes the archive shows, also tweeted an interesting tweet for those of you who want older shows to be released. "Before we drive into the @springsteen archives we wanted to get this out..." Sounds like we're in for some older shows next. 

More Than One Thousand Bruce Fans Sing No Surrender

posted Jul 11, 2017, 4:47 PM by Brandon Thompson   [ updated Jul 11, 2017, 4:53 PM ]

This is a pretty cool video to check out. More than a thousands Springsteen fans got together in Spain to perform "No Surrender" from the Born In The U.S.A. album. This is pretty similar to the viral video of fans singing The Foo FIghters' "Learn To Fly," but this time it's got a Springsteen song as the subject. Last year, Matthew Aucoin, stole one of the Philadelphia shows as he played the same song with The Boss (photo below), and was for sure one of the many highlights from The River Tour 2016. Be sure to check out the pretty cool video of our friends over in Spain jammin' out below. 


Springsteen Joins Steve Van Zandt Again On Stage This Weekend

posted May 29, 2017, 2:16 PM by Brandon Thompson

First of all, I apologize this is going up a little later than I would like it to. I was up in the Northern Pennsylvania for Memorial Day weekend and of course forgot my laptop. 

However, Bruce Springsteen surprise appearance lightning struck again at a Steve Van Zandt concert this past Saturday in Red Bank, NJ. Right before Springsteen took the stage to join Little Steven, a fellow E Street Band member, Steve joked around stating that he was going to bring up a friend who is currently out of work (see video below). Let's just hope that his friend is not out of work for a prolonged period of time. Springsteen appears and stays on stage to perform four songs. One of those four songs was a surprise for people in attendance when the band broke into Springsteen's own "Tenth Avenue Freeze-Out." Be sure to check out the video below are from Rose Montana on YouTube. 

Photo: Amanda Stevens


posted May 23, 2017, 7:08 PM by Brandon Thompson

It only makes sense to release Bruce's longest show ever in pristine quality right? Welp, that's what the folks over at decided today as they officially released the record setting show. Bruce was wrapping up his European summer leg of the 2012 Wrecking Ball tour when he decided that he and the band would play for over four hours that night with some tour premiers making their debuts as well. A pretty good addition to the archive series although, I'm personally still waiting and longing for a Rising tour show to come out. The good news? This is a great show to have as an official release and it seems that they are picking up steam with the St. Louis 2008 show coming last month. Let's hope they keep up the momentum and keep releasing these archive shows.  

50% Off Springsteen Downloads This Weekend

posted May 12, 2017, 5:51 PM by Brandon Thompson

Happy Mother's Day to all the Springsteen fans out there! and are celebrating by giving you 50% off all Springsteen downloads! The best part is, the sale starts...NOW and will run through Sunday. Perfect chance for you to pick up a couple shows you had your eye on. 

Double Trouble: Springsteen Surprises In Asbury Park, NJ Again

posted Apr 23, 2017, 8:38 AM by Brandon Thompson   [ updated Apr 23, 2017, 8:39 AM ]

Bruce Springsteen surprised fans two straight nights at the Paramount Theater in Asbury Park, NJ. This time, Little Steven and The Disciples of Soul were in action and Bruce just couldn't keep away. Also in attendance, was the mighty one, Max Weinberg. Once again, you can read a full report from the Asbury Park Press' Chris Jordan.

Photo: Laura Maimone

Springsteen Surprise In Asbury Park

posted Apr 22, 2017, 8:45 AM by Brandon Thompson

It's happened, the Springsteen surprise in Asbury Park. Bruce Springsteen joined in on the festivities last night at the Paramount Theater. Read the great report from Chris Jordan of The Asbury Park Press.

Photo: Tom Cunningham

Joe Grushecky and Bruce Springsteen Releasing New Single

posted Apr 18, 2017, 5:36 PM by Brandon Thompson

Joe Grushecky and The Houserockers will be releasing a new single, "That's What Makes Us Great," and it will feature none other than Bruce Springsteen. The song will premier tomorrow, April 19, on E Street Radio. You should be able to buy the single tomorrow off Joe Grushecky's website. Stay tuned for more details. 

Springsteen Archival Release: St. Louis 2008

posted Apr 14, 2017, 3:00 PM by Brandon Thompson

It's here! I know a ton of fans have been begging for this show to be released as an official download and their dreams came true today. The next archival release from the vault is the legendary St. Louis 2008 show from the Magic tour. Why is this show so legendary? Well, all you really have to do is look at the setlist. Not only was the setlist jaw dropping at the time, by almost all accounts from people at the show, it was one of the greatest performances that they have ever seen. This is highly considered to be possibly the greatest post-Reunion era show with it's rarity superstars and ultimate surprises. You can buy the show or listen to the track previews by clicking here.

Then She Kissed Me
Radio Nowhere
Out in the Street
Adam Raised a Cain
Spirit in the Night
For You
Mountain of Love
Gypsy Biker
Because the Night
Not Fade Away/She's the One
Livin' in the Future
Cover Me
Mary's Place
Drive All Night
The Rising
Last to Die
Long Walk Home
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Girls in Their Summer Clothes
Detroit Medley
Born to Run
Dancing in the Dark
American Land
Thunder Road
Little Queenie
Twist and Shout

Announcing The 2017 Bruce Springsteen Song Tournament

posted Mar 21, 2017, 3:54 PM by Brandon Thompson   [ updated Apr 7, 2017, 7:30 PM ]

Let's have a little fun. Follow us on Twitter( @blogitallnight) and vote for Springsteen songs that will be going head to head to find out who will be crowned the champion of 2017. As a guide, we used Rolling Stone's top 100 Bruce Springsteen songs to create a 32 song bracket. Starting tonight, March 21, at 8:00PM, we will begin the tournament and will run through until we have a winner. Polls on our twitter feed will stay open for 24 hours so be sure to vote every day for your favorite song to move on. 

You can follow along with the bracket by clicking here. 

Your 2017 Springsteen Tournament Winner: Thunder Road 

Photo: Stereogum

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