Bruce Springsteen fans can now relax and enjoy the concert at home. The
Bruce Springsteen Live Archive Series is now available on the live music streaming servicenugs.net, according toRolling Stone. The
collection spans almost 50 years and includes performances such as Springsteen's 1975 "Born to Run Tour", 2005 "Devils & Dust Tour" and 2014 "High Hopes Tour". ..
The content of the 72-year-old singer was previously only available for download or as a CD. The archive is now available in standard or high resolution 24-bit MQA audio quality format.
Fans can listen to the collection on iOS and Android devices, Sonos setups, desktop browsers, and all AirPlay and Chromecast devices.
The streaming site itself has been recording Bruce Springsteen and E Street Band shows since 2014 and plans to expand the series with that content over the next five months.
Additional extensions to The Roxy in 1978 Performances include the Katrina show after the hurricane at the 2006 New Orleans Jazz&Heritage Festival and a concert in New Zealand from 2017.
"When Bruce's management came to us in 2014, Bruce was listening to recordings created by fans and posted on YouTube for higher quality. He said he knew there was a better way to get live recordings directly to his fans. Brad Serling, founder and CEO of nugs.net, said in the release. Streaming the
series. Requires a membership ofnugs.net. Regular subscriptions are available for $ 12.99 / month or $ 129.99 / year, while HiFi subscriptions are $ 24.99 / month or $ 249.99 / year. 7 days free There is also a trial.
At the end of last year, Springsteen wasSold his music catalog rightsto Sony Music for about $ 500 million.
The "Runaway Without Tomorrow" singer recently made a surprise guest appearance at a concert. , Paul McCartney and participated in the stage twice. Once at MetLife'sJon Bon Jovi,andGlastonbury's Dave Grohl.
Springsteen recently announced a 2023 international tour with the E Street Band. This will start in April.