Bruce Springsteen Shares Live Recordings on New Concert Database

Bruce Springsteen Shares Live Recordings on New Concert Database
Joining the ranks of Fugazi, Metallica and many more, Bruce Springsteen has just launched his very own online concert database.

Dubbed Live Bruce Springsteen, the website launched today (November 17) and currently features 30 full-concert recordings captured during this year's High Hopes tour. These are the same shows that the Boss had been selling on the tour as USB sticks. Digital files are available now, with CD orders of the shows expected to start shipping December 1.

Though it hasn't gone up for sale yet, an E Street Band performance at New York's Apollo Theater from 2012 is listed on the site as "the first in a series of releases from the Bruce Springsteen Archives."

The site is being powered by download portal Nugs.net, and speaking with Backstreets, Nugs.net CEO Brad Serling says future instalments "spanning Bruce's entire career" are in the works, with many reportedly being pulled from 1973 to '78.

You can see what's currently up for grabs over here.

As previously reported, a box set of Springsteen's first seven albums landed today on CD, vinyl and digitally via Columbia.