Throughout the 1970s and into the mid-1980s, the 3,200-seat theatre was a popular stop on nearly every major rock artist's tour. The band The Brothers Johnson filmed a live video at the theater on April 25, 1980. The Four Seasons - 1972. Bruce Springsteen & The E Street Band - September 19–21, 1978 (The show of Sep 19 was broadcast throughout the tri-state area and remains a famous concert among fans for the intensity of the performance). Frank Zappa - October 13, 1978 (two shows on one day). The Roches - October 21, 1978.
Last updated: 13 Jun 2019, 06:02 Etc/UTC. Bruce Springsteen Gig Timeline.
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National (USA) live FM broadcast runtime: 187:07 (minutes/seconds). Bruce Springsteen: guitar and lead vocals Steven Van Zandt: guitar, mandolin, backing vocals Roy Bittan: piano, keyboards, backing vocals Clarence Clemons: tenor, baritone and soprano saxophones, backing vocals, percussion Danny Federici: organ, piano, accordio, glockenspiel, backing vocals Garry Tallent: bass, backing vocals, percussion Max Weinberg: drums, backing vocals. 01. Stage introduction Badlands 5:52 02. Streets of fire 5:26 03. Spirit in the night 7:32 (almost 3 sec left side drop patched at 2:21, 4 sec. right side drop patched at 5:41) 04. Darkness on the edge of town 5:20 (aprx. 1 sec. left side drop patched at 2:58) 05. Independence day 6:29 06. The promised land 6:26 07.
Bruce Springsteen - Passaic Night. Label: Crystal Cat . Front and Back Covers included. Notes: This show was broadcast live on various FM radio station in the Northeast . Tracks 12-13 Richfield Coliseum, Cleveland, OH 01/01/79. bs1978-09-19 - Passaic Night (CC 476-478). Remove Advertisements.