The Wild, The Innocent and The E Street Shuffle 

The 2nd album from The Boss — It’s #132 on Rolling Stone’s 500 Greatest Albums of All Time.  Released on September 11, 1973.

No Nukes

As part of the “No Nukes” movement during the Cold War, the largest political rally in US history takes place when about 750,000 people go to New York’s Central Park for the Rally for Nuclear Disarmament on June 12, 1982. The rally features performances by Bruce Springsteen, Jackson Browne, James Taylor, Linda Ronstadt, and Gary “U.S.” Bonds.

Dropkick Murphys “Streaming Outta Fenway” With Special Guest Bruce Springsteen 

How about some good news on the live music scene to start your Monday? Dropkick Murphys will perform a special full electric show on May 29 straight from the infield of Boston’s legendary Fenway Park, with an added remote appearance from special guest Bruce Springsteen. The show will broadcast on the band’s social media outlets, including Facebook, Twitter, YouTube and Twitch channels.

Source: Dropkick Murphys “Streaming Outta Fenway” With Special Guest Bruce Springsteen « American Songwriter

“I saw rock ‘n roll’s future … and its name is Bruce Springsteen.“ 

More Boss:  Springsteen opens for Bonnie Raitt at the Boston Arena on May 9, 1974. At her insistence, he plays his full two-hour set — unheard of from an opening act.

Rolling Stone‘s Jon Landau writes in Boston’s The Real Paper, “I saw rock and roll’s future, and its name is Bruce Springsteen. And on a night when I needed to feel young, he made me feel like I was hearing music for the very first time.”

Landau goes on to become The Boss’ long-time manager and producer.