Bruce Springsteen launches archival concert download service

Beginning with 2014 tour shows...

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Bruce Springsteen has launched an archival concert download service where fans can by full length concert shows.

The first in a series of releases from the Bruce Springsteen Archives was the launch of the Wrecking Ball tour, recorded at the Apollo Theater, New York, on March 9, 2012. The show has been mixed by Bob Clearmountain.

Currently, the site is offering downloads of most shows from the 2014 High Hopes Tour including a complete performance of Born To Run from a recent show in New Zealand. The shows are available via MP3 ($9.95), lossless ($12.95), HD-Audio ($19.95) and CD ($23).

According to a report on Rolling Stone, this series was put together by nugs.net, who have previously worked with Pearl Jam and Metallica on their own live downloads.

The company’s CEO Brad Sterling indicated that future archival download releases are likely to include classic shows from the 1970s.


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