During his four shows coming up at the Spectrum, Bruce Springsteen will play three of his benchmark albums in their entirety. Next Tuesday, October 13, the Boss will do 1975's breakout Born To Run from start to finish; the next night he and the E Street Band play 1978's pivotal Darkness On The Edge Of Town from front to back. Both of those shows are sold-out, but tickets are available for Oct. 19 and 20, the final two Springsteen shows in the first arena he ever played, back when he opened for Chicago in 1973. On the 19th, he'll reprise Born to Run, and on the 20th, he'll close it out with Born in the U.S. A. the 1984 blockbuster that made him almost as big as Michael Jackson.
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