BRUCE SPRINGSTEEN and the E STREET BAND

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THE LAWSUIT Tour 1977

 

DATE VENUE MAIN BAND SUPPORT SUPPORT AD TICKET PICTURES TAPE
                 
March 20, 1977 Providence College, Alumni Hall Bruce Springsteen & The E Street Band     YES YES    

 

  ticket stub courtesy of Dan Lampinski 

SET LIST

NIGHT

SPIRIT IN THE NIGHT

ITíS MY LIFE

THUNDER ROAD

MONA - SHE'S THE ONE

TENTH AVENUE FREEZE-OUT

GROWIN' UP

BACKSTREETS

JUNGLELAND

ROSALITA (COME OUT TONIGHT)

BORN TO RUN

THE PROMISE

YOU CANíT SIT DOWN

 

THE BAND

Bruce Springsteen (vocals, electric guitar), 

Steven Van Zandt (guitar, vocals),  Garry Tallent (bass),  Clarence Clemons (saxophone),  

Danny Federici (keyboards, accordion),  Roy Bittan (keyboards),  Max Weinberg (drums)

 

 

Below - review from 'The Cowl', student newspaper of Providence College....

 

 

CONCERT MEMORIES:

*Note: if you were there and would like to share your memories, pictures or tape please send it info@rirocks.net

A sellout, held in Providence College's 3,400 seat Alumni Hall. There is no known audio but the incomplete setlist details above (missing perhaps two or three songs, but including the final four) are known from reviews of the show in The Cowl (the school newspaper) and The New Paper (a Providence local) along with the recollections of an attendee. Read the full review in The Cowl by clicking the link above. Set features all of Born To Run with the exception of "Meeting Across The River". Bob Walsh was at the show, and particularly remembers "Spirit In The Night", with Bruce jumping off the stage and dancing up the centre aisle. Note: the student reviewer mistakenly identifies the final song of the night as a cover of The Belmonts ďBurntĒ. However there is no such song by The Belmonts (or anyone else) and it is highly likely that this was The Dovells' "You Canít Sit Down". The New Paper claims "Sha La La" was played, but this is also somewhat improbable since it'd previously only been played in 1975. The reviewer was writing in 1978, and may have been confusing tonight with the 1975 concert at Providence's Palace Theatre, where "Sha La La" was performed.

 

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