Bruce Springsteen Graces Fans With Dozens of Streamable Archival Concerts on Nugs.net
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Bruce Springsteen fans are in for a treat: live music streaming service nugs.net has just started rolling out its Bruce Springsteen Live Archive Series, bringing dozens of Bruce Springsteen concert recordings to the streaming platform.
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Previously only available for purchase as downloads or CDs, nugs.net’s newly-released Springsteen collection spans almost five decades and includes highlights like performances from The Boss’ 1975 Born to Run Tour, the Devils & Dust Tour of 2005, and 2014’s High Hopes Tour, among many others. Like all of nugs.net’s content, the Springsteen archives are available in standard or hi-resolution, 24-bit MQA audio quality formats, and can be listened to on iOS and Android devices, Sonos setups, desktop browsers, and any AirPlay or Chromecast devices.
To stream the Bruce Springsteen Live Archive Series, you’ll only need a membership to nugs.net. A regular subscription costs $12.99 per month or $129.99 per year if billed annually, while a HiFi subscription costs $24.99 a month or $249.99 a year. Both membership tiers start with a seven-day free trial to see if you like the service.
nugs.net will also be expanding the Springsteen Live Archive Series over the next five months, drawing from Springsteen’s archives as well as nugs.net’s own collection (nugs.net has been recording Bruce Springsteen and the E Street Band shows since 2014). These soon-to-come additions will include recordings of a 1978 performance at The Roxy, a post-Hurricane Katrina show at the 2006 New Orleans Jazz & Heritage Festival, and New Zealand concerts from 2017.
“When Bruce’s management came to us in 2014, they said Bruce had heard the recordings fans were making and posting on YouTube and knew there was a better way to bring higher quality live recordings direct to fans,” says Brad Serling, nugs.net Founder and CEO, in a release.
Besides working with nugs.net, Springsteen has been busy making surprise appearances at concerts around the world. Earlier this month, the legendary rocker took to the stage alongside Paul McCartney on two occasions: once with Jon Bon Jovi as a third, and a second time with Dave Grohl also performing.
Springsteen also recently announced an international 2023 tour with the E Street Band, which kicks off in April. See Ticketmaster.com for tour dates and ticket information.
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