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Next clue from Backstreets:  "This Just In: The Live Archive release for March will drop next Friday the 12th. We'll see you there along with the acrobat, the diplomat and the prisoner."

1973 show?  Mary Queen of Arkansas has the acrobat.  Blinded by the Light has the diplomat.

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Just now, Greggy_D said:

Next clue from Backstreets:  "This Just In: The Live Archive release for March will drop next Friday the 12th. We'll see you there along with the acrobat, the diplomat and the prisoner."

1973 show?  Mary Queen of Arkansas has the acrobat.  Blinded by the Light has the diplomat.

Maybe.. or else, a regular show where they decided to put the full Greetings album in the setlist? 

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'Acrobat' only appears in MQOA and 'diplomat' only appears in BBTL.

'Prisoner' appears in Adam, Raised A Cain, Back In Your Arms, Drive All Night and Night, the first two of which were played 27/06/2000

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5 minutes ago, Brucefaninnyc said:

Thinking one of the shows from 2006 with daring young man on the flying trapeze. 

11/12/06 wembly night 2 has blinded, Johnny 99 and Trapeze. 

6/25/06 PNC ARTS has

THE DARING YOUNG MAN ON THE FLYING TRAPEZE - Acrobat

LONG BLACK VEIL - Prisoner

Not sure about the diplomat

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2 minutes ago, Sean McNeill said:

How many shows does Bruce shout...

'I'm just a prisoner, of rock and roll'?

Too many for it be used as part of the clue.

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4 minutes ago, Born To Walk said:

Careful, @Daisey Jeep will blame me if it's a 2006 Seeger show :P

Based on all the evidence, it's hard to look beyond the 2000 show.

 

people may not be happy with 06, but 11/12/06 wembly night 2 fits all of the clues as well - blinded, Johnny 99 and Trapeze. Which was released more recently seeger or reunion?

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The first Seeger Sessions show was released in December 2017 and the second in August 2020. 33 months between both releases. It would be very rare a new Seeger show at this moment.

However, wasn't New York June 27, 2000 a possible show to be released when backstreets made their previous prediction? And the finally released show was Saint Paul 2012, nothing to do with that prediction.

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4 minutes ago, audelish70 said:

However, wasn't New York June 27, 2000 a possible show to be released when backstreets made their previous prediction?

Any show with Back In Your Arms was fair game as a prediction back then. What appeared to be a clue turned out to seemingly not be a clue. However it could be possible that the released show was switched late on, buggering up the clue.

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6 minutes ago, audelish70 said:

The first Seeger Sessions show was released in December 2017 and the second in August 2020. 33 months between both releases. It would be very rare a new Seeger show at this moment.

However, wasn't New York June 27, 2000 a possible show to be released when backstreets made their previous prediction? And the finally released show was Saint Paul 2012, nothing to do with that prediction.

Fair point, but the show does fit the clue

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40 minutes ago, Brucefaninnyc said:

people may not be happy with 06, but 11/12/06 wembly night 2 fits all of the clues as well - blinded, Johnny 99 and Trapeze. Which was released more recently seeger or reunion?

I hope so, definitely the best SSB show I went to, including the already released night before. We need a version of The River from that tour. And the version of Does This Bus Stop was absolutely brilliant. 

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3 hours ago, Niels said:

Maybe.. or else, a regular show where they decided to put the full Greetings album in the setlist? 

The only show where that happened is already released.

That is, the only known show where that happened, as most 1973-1974 setlists are unknown, and The Angel was probably played more often than the only known 4 performances (and there is no known audio of 2 of the 4 performances) (but we're getting in Bruce trivia territory here).

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