There is little doubt that Bruce Springsteen is considered to be one of, if not the greatest live performers in Rock n' Roll. His concerts are considered legendary as his performances at times top out at over 4 hours and 40 songs. His musical catalog consists of over 250 songs and 40 album and DVD sets.
For years fans have often debated which Springsteen concert was the greatest of them all.
Having re-creating 8 historic Springsteen concerts including the legendary Capitol Theatre and Winterland shows, Tramps Like Us, The #1 Springsteen Tribute Band in the world, has consulted with a panel of Bruce experts to create what they would consider to be the greatest Springsteen concert NEVER played!
This distinguished panel consists of:
Mike Appel - Former Springsteen manager & producer, who attended every show from 1971-1975.
Stan Goldstein - Springsteen blogger for NJ.com and co author of the book Rock & Roll Tour of the Jersey Shore and considered among many as one of the biggest experts on The Boss.
Lawrence Kirsch - Author of 2 best selling Springsteen books "For You" and "The Light in Darkness"
Thomas Wilkinson - Former program director for SiriusXM's E Street Radio.
Mark Salore - Front man of Tramps Like Us - the world's most revered Bruce Springsteen Tribute band, has performed over 2,000 concerts since forming the band in 1989.
Combined, this panel has attended well over 1,000 Springsteen concerts. After much deliberation, these aficionados have come up with the ultimate set list which includes rarely performed songs, outtakes, epics and of course the classics!
Don't Look Back
Prove It All Night (Live 1978 Version)
The Price You Pay
Because The Night
Lost In The Flood
Racing In The Street
Meeting Across The River -
My Love Will Not Let You Down
Land Of Hope And Dreams
Out In The Street
Tenth Ave. Freeze Out
Backstreets / Sad Eyes (1978 Version)
Incident On 57th Street -
Rosalita (Come Out Tonight)
Born To Run
Dancing In The Dark
Saturday Beatles Brunch