Bruce Springsteen and E Street Band's last concert was in Buffalo, New York back in 2009. It was their last stop on Working on a Dream tour and their last gig with Saxophonist Clarence Clemons before his death in the June of 2011.
That last gig was released by Bruce Springsteen as a live LP on Saturday through his website. The performance included Springsteen and the E Street Band playing his own 1973 debut LP in its entirety, spanning from 'Blinded by the Light' to 'It's Hard to Be a Saint in the City.'
The November 2009 concert consisted of 35 songs, lasted about 3 hours and is available to download through the live Sprinsteen's website. The physical release is on 23rd January.
The Live Springsteen website was constantly updated in 2016, with every gig from the band's River Tour, the November 2009 concert releasea marks the first archival publish since Springsteen unearthed his 1990 solo this past June.
During Springsteen's 'Growin' Up,' the rocker broke the song and recalled performing for the first time with Clemons in 1971 at the Student Prince in Asbury Park. Then he metaphorically described himself as to what happened next, a late night drive followed by a long dream, the moment he woke up, he was at Buffalo, New York for the concert with Clemons. As it turned out, it was their final performance together.
Following the November Buffalo concert, it was believed that Springsteen combining with the E Street band would perform with Clemons one final time during a Small Asbury Park Gig for a Vevo Webcast.
During the Springsteen's memoire, the rocker wrote about Clemons' final gig as well as auditioning saxophonist Jake Clemons, who showed up late and unprepared for the E Street audition. The Buffalo concert is on the sale on Springsteen's website and the viewers can buy it and enjoy one of the greatest concerts in modern times.© 2019 Mstars News, All rights reserved. Do not reproduce without permission.