Greasy Lake

Live Performance

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Early Bands & Solo Shows

Castiles 1965-68
Earth 1968-69
Solo 1968-72
Child 1969
Steel Mill 1970-71
Bruce Springsteen & the Friendly Enemies 1971
Bruce Springsteen Acoustic Jam 1971
Bruce Springsteen Jam 1971
Dr. Zoom & the Sonic Boom 1971
The Sundance Blues Band 1971
Bruce Springsteen & the Red Hot Mammas 1971
The Bruce Springsteen Band 1971-72

Concert Tours

The E Street Band
1972-73
The E Street Band
1973-75
The E Street Band
1975-76
The E Street Band
1976-77
The E Street Band
1978-79
The E Street Band
1980-81
The E Street Band
1984-85
The E Street Band
1988
The E Street Band
1988
unnamed band
1992-93
solo acoustic
1995-97
The E Street Band
1999-00
The E Street Band
2002-03
The E Street Band
2004
Solo
2005
The Seeger Sessions Band
2006
The E Street Band
2007-08
The E Street Band
2009
The E Street Band
2012
The E Street Band
2014

Other Live Performances

Unannounced Gigs
Benefits & Tribute Shows
TV & Radio Shows

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Latest eyewitness accounts

Daniel writes about 1980-11-20 Chicago: My first and only Bruce show. Completely mindblowing and so memorable. I was 15 and a huge fan, so knew the records pretty well. The opening of Born to Run was unbelievably exciting, I'll never forget it.

And, oh yeah, it was SUPER loud (but crystal clear).
FRAN A MARINCOLA writes about 1987-07-29 Belmar: That was my club and I was with Bruce-He played my hometown-Born in the USA- and a reggae peice
we went to breakfast in West Long Branch---he came the next Thursday
jarlath madine writes about 1985-06-01 Dublin: Just chatting to my 21 year old son about this concert...
What a day that was... Just finished the exams at uni, sun was out, shirt was off...
Shame there is no footage...would live to share that
Daniel writes about 1984-09-26 Morristown: One of the most amazing experiences that I ever had. A friend got me back stage. After a South Side Johnny show put the place to sleep, my back happened to be to the stage when I felt presence. I turned around and saw Bruce walking out. It was as if he was timeless and everything moving around him. Every move that he made was perfect. He said, "who is this Morris guy? We're gonna name this Boss town! The place came alive, electrified. Women crying in the front row. The three songs he performed were unbelievable. I had always disliked Springsteen before I saw him there.
Richard Alberty writes about 1975-07-23 Lenox: Rode out in a VW Bug to Lenox from Gardner Mass, The Music Inn was a natural bowl with pavilion up top and stage down below. BYOB and whatevah'. Laid back venue with a good sound system. Stood by soundboard during this show. Drove the music hard and fast. High energy up on stage and from all my neighbors on the hill. What a BUZZ.. Man pheew. Tanglewood was just east of Music Inn. Area is now Condo's. Saw many acts there for few years while at MWCC.

The summer that I was baptized - 25 years on

Published 2013-07-25

Two shows, same city, same venue, 25 years apart. One was my first, the other was my 59th. There have been other shows in between at the same place, but 25 years is a good occasion to pause and loo ... Read more

Runaway Australian dream - Bruce Springsteen’s troubled relationship with the land down under

Published 2013-03-24

To many Australians, Bruce Springsteen’s 2013 return to the land down under - as welcome as it was - had a feel of “it’s about bloody time”. It had been 10 years since the l ... Read more

Bruce throws his new sombrero in the ring for Obama

Published 2012-10-14

Which was the bigger surprise is hard to say, but yesterday two announcements were made that were both rather unexpected. One was that Bruce has added a final show for 2012 in Mexico City, and the ... Read more

Upcoming live performances

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2015-01-17, Asbury Park
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This Little Girl
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I Hung My Head
2014-12-01, New York
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