The Boss deviates from the script and dusts off the Born in the USA sessions rarity.
“For 146 shows, I have played pretty much the same set every night,” Springsteen said. “Tonight demands something different.”
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An additional 81 performances have been announced.
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Well over 100 dates are planned for the coming months.
A triumphant night of songs and stories that frame The Boss’ long, storied career.
“Springsteen on Broadway” now extends into early February 2018.
“Springsteen on Broadway” opens this October.
Five days a week, Springsteen will take the stage at the Walter Kerr Theatre and perform an intimate set.