Bruce Springsteen Taps 2008 Nashville Gig For Latest Vault Release

Bruce Springsteen has just issued the new official bootleg Nashville: August 21st, 2008 — the sixth live set from the E Street Band‘s 2007/2008 tour behind his chart-topping Magic album.

The new concert follows previous releases from Boston, Massachusetts; Tampa, Florida; St. Louis, Missouri; Indianapolis; Indiana; Greensboro, North Carolina and features a 29-song set packed with classics and rarities.

Among the highlights included on Nashville: August 21st, 2008 are covers of Elvis Presley‘s “Good Rockin’ Tonight,” Johnny Cash‘s “I Walk The Line,” Bo Diddley‘s “Mona,” the Bobby Fuller Four‘s “I Fought The Law” — along with his own deep cuts, “I’m Goin’ Down,” “Held Up Without A Gun,” “Girls In Their Summer Clothes,” and “Loose Ends.”

The tracklisting to Nashville: August 21st, 2008 is: “Out In The Street,” “Radio Nowhere,” “No Surrender,” “Lonesome Day,” “Spirit In The Night,” “Good Rockin’ Tonight,” “Growin’ Up,” “I’m Goin’ Down,” “Held Up Without A Gun,” “Loose Ends,” “Youngstown,” “Murder Incorporated,” “Mona,” “She’s The One,” The Promised Land,” “Mary’s Place,” “I Walk The Line,’ “I’m On Fire,” “The Rising,” “Last To Die,” “Long Walk Home,” “Badlands,” “Girls In Their Summer Clothes,” “Thunder Road,” “Born To Run,” “I Fought The Law,” “Rosalita (Come Out Tonight),” “American Land,” and “Dancing In The Dark.”

During the 2007 tour, Bruce Springsteen’s wife, and E Street Band member, Patti Scialfa told us the band was in a very good place on the road: “It feels very joyous. It’s just a very joyous tour. Even though the songs are complicated, it’s celebratory. Bruce’s sets always take you through a lot of different questions. And he’s not there to answer them, but it’s nice to start that conversation with your audience. And then to have some kind of wrapped up resolution which just leaves you with some belief and a very positive feeling.”

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