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PopWrapped | Music

Bruce Springsteen Offers Free Download Of Chicago Concert

Roxanne Powell | PopWrapped Author

Roxanne Powell

Updated 01/27/2016 6:39am
Bruce Springsteen Offers Free Download Of Chicago Concert | bruce springsteen
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In light of having to cancel his MSG show, Bruce Springsteen is offering his fans a free download of his Chicago show TODAY ONLY.

That means if you want live recordings of his January 19, 2016 show on your media player FOR FREE, you need to act NOW!

According to a 1/24/16 update on his official website, the live recordings of the concert will be available in MP3 format for the next two days (so until 1/26). The tracks will return to their original sale price on Wednesday, January 27.

The recordings feature the first performance of "Take It Easy." Bruce Springsteen is, of course, the lead vocalist and also plays the electric guitar, the acoustic guitar, and the harmonica. Roy Bittan is the talented individual on the piano and electric keyboard. Jake Clemons, another vocalist, also performs the saxophones and various percussion instruments, which he shares with Patti Scialfa (also on acoustic guitar). Giordano blows my mind as master of the organ. Nils Lofgren shares space as a vocalist while also playing the electric guitar, acoustic guitar, and pedal steel. Gary Tallent plays bass. Soozie Tyrell takes on three instruments and her voice as a vocalist, acoustic guitarist, violinist, and percussionist. Then we have Stevie Van Zandt on mandolin, and Man Weinberg on drums.

While Springsteen is more generally known for his time and success with the E Street Band, The Boss remains a rock and roll icon and one of the world's best-selling artists. Since the 1970s, his accumulated content of music and commentary has sold more than 64 million albums in the United States and 120 million worldwide. He has 20 Grammy Awards, 2 Golden Globes, and an Academy Award.

He was inducted into the Songwriters Hall of Fame, as well as the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in 1999.

What are you waiting for? Go download your free concert before we have to pay legit money!

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