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Bruce Springsteen fans can relive his glory days with concert streaming archive, according to Rolling Stone.The collection spans almost five decades and includes performances from Springsteen’s 1975 “Born to Run Tour,” 2005 “Devils & Dust Tour,” 2014 “High Hopes Tour” and more. The 72-year-old singer’s content was previously available exclusively for purchase as downloads or CDs. Now, the archives will be available in standard or hi-resolution, 24-bit MQA audio quality formats. Fans will be able to 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 the E Street Band shows since 2014 and will be expanding the series over the next five months with their content. The additional expansion will include a 1978 performance at The Roxy, a post-Hurricane Katrina show at the New Orleans Jazz & Heritage Festival in 2006 and concerts from 2017 in New Zealand. “When Bruce’s management came to us in 2014, they said Bruce had heard the recordings fans were making and posting on YouTube and knew there was a better way to bring higher quality live recordings direct to fans,” Brad Serling, founder and CEO, said in a release.To stream the series, a membership to is required.

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