Nugs streaming 40 Bruce Springsteen concerts

Professionally mixed and mastered, career-spanning concerts now available, the leading music service for live concert streams and recordings, is rolling out the Bruce Springsteen Live Archive Series for subscribers. Starting this week, subscribers can stream dozens of iconic Bruce Springsteen concerts spanning nearly five decades of his illustrious career. Springsteen first partnered with in 2014 to begin releasing music from his archives and current tours with the E Street Band. Until now, these recordings were only available as downloads and CDs.They are now available to stream on demand in both standard and hi-resolution, 24-bit MQA formats. US and Canadian subscribers can listen on iOS and Android devices, CarPlay, Sonos, desktop browsers, and any AirPlay or Chromecast connected device.

The first drop of shows is available to stream now exclusively. Highlights include the 1999 E Street Band reunion as well as explosive performances from the 1975 Born to Run Tour, Devils & Dust Tour in 2005, and the 2014 High Hopes Tour.

“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,” shares founder and CEO Brad Serling.

Since 2014, has released nearly every show Springsteen has played live with the E Street Band, as well as a monthly series of previously unreleased recordings from the Springsteen Archives. Each show is painstakingly transferred from the original tapes and mixed and mastered by Jon Altschiller at Chiller Sound in New York.

For the next five months, will drop a new slate of archival shows on the platform, giving fans a front row seat to legendary live performances from the Springsteen canon over the last 50 years. Subscribers can stay tuned for a wide variety of not-to-be-missed performances from Springsteen, including his 1978 performance at The Roxy on the Darkness on the Edge of Town Tour, post-Hurricane Katrina show at the 2006 New Orleans Jazz & Heritage Festival, 2017 New Zealand concerts, and more.

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