From the Legends of Springsteen files: Bruce and Max join cover band Stand and Deliver at the Classics Cafe in Westwood for rocking rendition of “Hippy Hippy Shake.”
A holiday SNL appearance, Bruce’s first-ever Canadian show, and two raucous holiday shows lead off today’s highlights.
Bruce Springsteen, The Soul Survivors, and “Expressway to Your Heart.” Can there be a Philly-er combination? I don’t think so.
Bruce plays “Who’ll Stop the Rain” for the first time. Plus: Listen to an entire holiday show from 2000.
Jesse Malin and friends gave us a lovely cover of one Bruce’s lighter tracks, from Light of Day 2017.
Bruce kicks off a multi-year tradition of Asbury Park Holiday shows: Plus: a Tonight Show appearance, last performances of several songs for years to come, and more.
One time only: Bruce teams up with Dropkick Murphys on their anthemic “I’m Shipping Up to Boston” on St. Patrick’s Day in 2011.
It’s the debut of “Brothers Under the Bridge,” the release of “The Wrestler,” and the last “Crush on You” for 28 years as Bruce’s tours start to wind down for the year.
For a brief time during the summer of 1975, Bruce’s shows featured a sweet, tender cover of The Drifters’ “Up on the Roof.”
On this date: Winterland ’78. Need I say more? (Okay, how about a Rolling Stones guest appearance?)