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Bruce Springsteen fans can relive his glory days with the Concert Streaming Archive

Bruce Springsteen fans can now enjoy a concert from the comfort of their own home.

The Bruce Springsteen Live Archive Series has begun rolling out on live music streaming service nugs.net, according to Rolling Stone.

The collection spans nearly five decades and includes performances from Springsteen’s 1975 Born to Run tour, 2005 Devils & Dust tour, 2014 High Hopes tour and more.

The 72-year-old singer’s content was only available as a download or CD. Now the archives will be available in standard or hi-resolution 24-bit MQA audio quality formats.

Fans can listen to the collection on iOS and Android devices, Sonos setups, desktop browsers, and all AirPlay and Chromecast devices.

The streaming site has been recording shows by Bruce Springsteen and the E Street Band since 2014 and will continue to add content to the series over the next five months.

Bruce Springsteen performs on his during a stop "Born in the US" Tour between 1984 and 1985.
Springsteen at a stopover on his Born in the USA tour between 1984 and 1985.
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Bruce Springsteen delights fans with dozens of streamable archive concerts on Nugs.net
The collection spans almost five decades.
nugs.net

The expansion includes a 1978 performance at the Roxy, a post-Hurricane Katrina show at the 2006 New Orleans Jazz & Heritage Festival, and concerts beginning in 2017 in New Zealand.

“When Bruce’s management came to us in 2014, they said Bruce had heard about the recordings fans are making and posting on YouTube and knew there was a better way to bring higher quality live recordings directly to fans said Brad Serling, nugs.net Founder and CEO.

A nugs.net membership is required to stream the series. A regular subscription is available for $12.99 per month or $129.99 per year, while a HiFi subscription costs $24.99 per month or $249.99 per year. There is also a seven-day free trial.

Bruce Springsteen delights fans with dozens of streamable archive concerts on Nugs.net
The streaming site has been recording shows by Bruce Springsteen and the E Street Band since 2014.
nugs.net

Late last year, Springsteen reportedly sold the rights to its music catalog to Sony Music for around $500 million.

The ‘Born to Run’ singer has had surprise guest appearances at concerts, appearing twice on stage with Paul McCartney: once with Jon Bon Jovi on MetLife and also with Dave Grohl on Glastonbury.

Springsteen also announced a 2023 international tour with the E Street Band, which will begin in April.

https://nypost.com/2022/07/05/bruce-springsteen-fans-can-relive-his-glory-days-with-concert-streaming-archive/ Bruce Springsteen fans can relive his glory days with the Concert Streaming Archive

Emma Bowman

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