News Updates

Bruce Springsteen To Perform Special Broadway Show For Sirius XM Listeners

posted Feb 6, 2018, 2:30 PM by Brandon Thompson

On March 14, 2018 Sirius XM will send some lucky listeners to New York City to see Springsteen on Broadway! The contest is open to any XM subscribers, so if that is you, click here to enter! No purchase is necessary to enter. You do have to aswer three questions and explain why you should be selected, so make it a good story! To help you out, here is how I would answer the questions (cough, cough) if I were you: Thunder Road, The Ties That Bind, 10 Years of Satellite Radio. Best of luck, hope some of our visitors are selected! 

Photo: Sirius XM Twitter Page

NEW ARCHIVE RELEASE: Grand Rapids 2005

posted Feb 2, 2018, 9:20 AM by Brandon Thompson   [ updated Feb 2, 2018, 9:22 AM ]

We have another Devils and Dust show to add to our archive collection! This time we visit Grand Rapids, MI for an interesting setlist on the tour. Highlights include: Tunnel of Love, Racing in the Street, Ain’t Got You, It’s Hard to be a Saint in the City, and more! You can purchase the show now at 


Tunnel of Love
Reason to Believe
Devils and Dust
Black Cowboys
Long Time Comin’
Sherry Darling
The River
Part Man, Part Monkey
One Step Up
Nothing Man
I Wish I Were Blind
Racing in the Street
The Rising
Further On (Up The Road)
Jesus Was an Only Son
Two Hearts
The Hitter
Matamoros Banks
It’s Hard To Be A Saint In The City
Ain’t Got You
Bobby Jean
The Promised Land
Dream Baby Dream


posted Jan 5, 2018, 7:20 AM by Brandon Thompson   [ updated Jan 5, 2018, 9:11 AM ]

UPDATE: Now available at

The first "other band" official archive release and the first archive release of 2018! The information was leaked earlier on Springsteen's social media pages and was quickly deleted. However, you should be able to buy this show later today on Springsteen's archive show website ( Some familiar names pop up throughout the show including E Street Band members: Patti Scialfa, Steven Van Zandt, Max Weinberg, Soozie Tyrell, and Clarence Clemons. With special guest appearances by Joe Ely and the Miami Horns. It is worth nothing that this performance was not actually during the Human Touch/Lucky Town tour but took place shortly thereafter as a benefit show for the food bank in New Jersey.

 There is one tour that instantly comes to mind that has not been supported thus far by the archive release series and that of course is The Rising tour. I would love to have a near perfect sounding show from this tour but, I continue to wait and pray that it's represented next month. In the meantime, this is a a pretty good release (pending sound quality of course). 


I Ain't Got No Home (Acoustic)
Seeds (Acoustic)
Adam Raised A Cain (Acoustic)
This Hard Land (Acoustic)
Better Days
Lucky Town
Atlantic City
57 Channels (And Nothin' On)
Santan's Jeweled Crown
My Hometown
Leap Of Faith
Man's Job
Roll Of The Dice
Does This Bus Stop At 82nd Street?
Because The Night
Brilliant Disguise 
Human Touch
The River
Who'll Stop The Rain?
Souls Of The Departed 
Living Proof
Born In The U.S.A.
Light Of Day
Settle For Love
Glory Days
Thunder Road
It's Been A Long Time 
Tenth Avenue Freeze-Out
Born To Run
My Beautiful Reward
Blowin' Down This Road
Having A Party
Jersey Girl
It's All Right


posted Dec 22, 2017, 12:44 PM by Brandon Thompson

Santa came to town early folks! A new archive release dropped today for a nice Christmas surprise and it's a good one...Passaic 1978! This instant classic is now available for purchase at After listening to the download for a few minutes, I think it's safe to say that this is a must purchase. The sound is simply incredible and crystal clear for a 1978 recording. Very well done, very well done indeed. 

Good Rocking Tonight 
Spirit in the Night
Darkness on the Edge of Town
Independence Day
The Promised Land
Prove It All Night
It's My Life
Thunder Road
Santa Clause is Coming' To Town
Candy's Room
Because the Night
Point Blank
Kitty's Back
Incident on 57th Street
Born to Run
Tenth Avenue Freeze-Out
Detroit Medley
Twist and Shout


posted Dec 1, 2017, 12:16 PM by Brandon Thompson

For December's archive series release, we go back to 2006 during the Seeger Sessions tour. However, this isn't any Seeger Sessions show, it's from the New Orleans JazzFest, which Springsteen himself has said was one of his more memorable shows of all time. Only eight months prior to this show, New Orleans and Louisiana was hit incredibly hard with Hurricane Katrina which is still one of the deadliest and most destructive hurricanes in American history. The area was hit so badly that this festival almost didn't take place due to the conditions of the fairgrounds in which the festival was performed. This show also served as the official opening show of the Seeger Sessions tour. You can purchase this show by going to

O Mary Don't You Weep
John Henry 
Johnny 99
Old Dan Tucker 
Eyes on the Prize 
Jesse James 
My Oklahoma Home
Mrs. McGrath 
How Can A Poor Man Stand Such Times and Live?
Jacob's Ladder
We Shall Overcome 
Open All Night
Pay Me My Money Down 
My City of Ruins 
Buffalo Gals 
You Can Look (But You Better Not Touch)
When The Saints Go Marching In

BREAKING: Springsteen on Broadway Extended Through June 2018

posted Nov 27, 2017, 2:10 PM by Brandon Thompson

The rumors were true...Bruce Springsteen has extended his Broadway run through June 2018. One thing to note, due to an overwhelming demand for tickets to these shows, fans will NOT need to sign up for the Ticketmaster Verified Fan program again. Fans who received standby notifications or who received codes but did not purchase tickets, are eligible to receive a on-sale code this time around. Again, you do not need to sign up anymore for the verified fan system to have a chance to purchase these tickets for the extended run. Good luck to all Springsteen fans! 


Springsteen on Broadway announced today that its 16-week sold-out series of performances at Jujamcyn's Walter Kerr Theatre will be extended, with additional shows now set for February 28th through June 30th, 2018.

Springsteen On Broadway began previews on October 3rd, 2017 and officially opened October 12th. By the end of his previously announced Broadway dates on February 3rd, Bruce Springsteen will have performed 80 shows at the Walter Kerr Theatre (219 West 48th Street).

Due to overwhelming participation in the original Onsale powered by Ticketmaster Verified Fan®, there will be no additional registration for this extension. Fans who previously registered and were verified but placed on Standby and did not receive a code, and fans who received a code but were unsuccessful in purchasing tickets will be contacted by Ticketmaster with further information about the added shows.

  • "As portraits of artists go, there may never have been anything as real — and beautiful — on Broadway." - New York Times
  • “An intimate triumph… one of the most compelling and profound shows by a rock musician in recent memory." - Rolling Stone
  • "It’s elegant, it’s austere, it’s moving… Springsteen belongs on Broadway.” - Washington Post
  • "An earnest meditation on his life and work... delivered by a diligent and practiced showman." - New Yorker
  • “Hilarious, heartbreaking… showcases the true breadth of his talents.” - Entertainment Weekly
  • “Thrilling… a model of finely chiseled simplicity, by turns contemplative, moving and joyous." - The Hollywood Reporter

A digital lottery will continue to operate through the extension for fans interested in purchasing tickets after the December 19th on-sale.  For details, visit

For more information on the show, visit

Photo: NYTimes

DEAL ALERT: Take 50% Off Springsteen Live Downloads Now Through Monday

posted Nov 23, 2017, 4:01 PM by Brandon Thompson

Need to stock up on your Springsteen live collection? Good news. is holding a Black Friday sale which saves you 50% on all Springsteen live downloads and also saves you 25% on all CD orders. This discount applies to all the shows that are currently in the Springsteen archive which range from 1975 to the recent 2017 summer tour down under. Take advantage of this great opportunity as this sale does not pop up all that often! 

Photo: NewsOK


posted Nov 3, 2017, 12:31 PM by Brandon Thompson   [ updated Nov 3, 2017, 12:51 PM ]

We're heading back to the Tunnel of Love tour for the next Springsteen archive release. However, this will be the first Tunnel of Love archive release mixed by John Altschiller, which should be a pretty nice upgrade compared to the previous 1988 release. You can purchase the new show by visiting the store now. 

Tunnel of Love
Boom Boom
Adam Raised a Cain
The River
All That Heaven Will Allow
Cover Me
Brilliant Disguise 
Tougher Than The Rest
Spare Parts
Born In The U.S.A.
Chimes Of Freedom
Paradise By The "C"
Who Do You Love?
She's The One
You Can Look (But You Better Not Touch)
I'm a Coward
I'm on Fire
Downbound Train
Because the Night
Dancing in the Dark
Light of Day
Born to Run
Hungry Heart
Glory Days
Can't Help Falling In Love
Bobby Jean
Cadillac Ranch
Tenth Avenue Freeze-Out
Sweet Soul Music
Raise Your Hand
Quarter to Three
Twist and Shout

Win 2 Springsteen On Broadway Tickets

posted Oct 23, 2017, 2:36 PM by Brandon Thompson   [ updated Oct 24, 2017, 2:52 PM ]

A new Broadway show coming in the summer of 2018, Gettin' The Band Back Together, is giving away two FREE Springsteen on Broadway tickets. No purchase is necessary to enter to win the tickets. A very nice giveaway for Springsteen fans and we hope that someone reading this right now can win, so go and enter now by clicking here. While you're at, be sure to check out the upcoming Broadway show Gettin' The Bank Back Together. The contest runs through November 2, 2017. Good luck to all who enter! 

Photo: Rob DeMartin

New Archive Release: End Of The Reunion Tour - New York, NY

posted Oct 6, 2017, 12:28 PM by Brandon Thompson

It's the first Friday in October and that means we get a new Springsteen live archive release! This time the Reunion tour gets the proper treatment and none other than the final show of the tour at the legendary Madison Square Garden in New York City. Some highlights from this show include an incredible version and show closer of "Blood Brothers" as well as an early debut of "Further On (Up The Road)" which of course would appear on Springsteen's next album at the time, The Rising. Based on the samples that are on, the show sounds great as usual. This makes for a pretty decent release but I'm personally still craving a Rising tour show in this quality. Maybe in November. In the meantime, enjoy Springsteen fans. 

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