Bruce Springsteen Live in Chicago (1-19-2016) Available For Free Today

I have to admit, it was my first Bruce Springsteen show…and it certainly won’t be my last.

Springsteen and the E Street Band brought “The River Tour” to Chicago last week, and blew the roof off the United Center. Sunday night, Springsteen made the recording from the concert available in MP3 form for FREE from his website for the next 2 days. There are 33 live tracks, including the entire ‘River’ album and Springsteen’s first live performance of “Take It Easy” by the late Glenn Frey and The Eagles.

For a direct link to Springsteen’s site where you can download the entire album free, click here.

The album will be free until Tuesday evening. MP3s and CDs will go on sale Wednesday, January 27th.

Also, check out some of the amazing photos from Don Marshall of Marshall Productions!

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