Weekly Live Stash Vol. XIX, July 15, 2022

Every Friday at 5 pm ET, nugs.net founder Brad Serling hosts “The Weekly Live Stash” on nugs.net radio, SiriusXM channel 716. Tune in to hear his selections of the best new live music, and check out this week’s playlist below featuring soundboard recordings including Pearl Jam covering Pink Floyd, Metallica in Madrid, and more from summer 2022 festivals and tours.

  1. Chalk Dust Torture
    Greensky Bluegrass
    7/9/22 Snowshoe, WV
  2. Comfortably Numb
    Pearl Jam
    6/18/22 Landgraaf, NLD
  3. Street Fighting Man
    Pearl Jam
    6/18/22 Landgraaf, NLD
  4. Blues for Allah Space>Cumberland Blues
    Dead and Company
    7/10/22 Philadelphia, PA
  5. About To Rage
    Gov’t Mule
    7/11/22 Tuttlingen, DEU
  6. Hotel Yorba
    Jack White
    7/1/22 Amsterdam, NLD
  7. I Don’t Know What I Want
    Umphrey’s McGee
    7/9/22 Marshfield, MA
  8. Master Of Puppets
    Metallica
    7/6/22 Madrid, ESP

Weekly Live Stash Vol. XVIII, July 8, 2022

Every Friday at 5 pm ET, nugs.net founder Brad Serling hosts “The Weekly Live Stash” on nugs.net radio, SiriusXM channel 716. Tune in to hear his selections of the best new live music, and check out this week’s playlist below featuring soundboard recordings from Trey Anastasio’s Billy Strings sit-in and Peach Fest set, Jack White in Hammersmith, and more from summer 2022 festivals and tours.

  1. Oye Como Va
    Santana
    6/28/22 West Valley City, UT
  2. Death Don’t Have No Mercy
    Dead and Company
    7/1/22 Bethel, NY
  3. Gotta Jibboo
    Billy Strings (w/ Trey Anastasio)
    6/29/22 New York, NY
  4. Roll Like A River
    Trey Anastasio Band
    7/2/22  Peach Festival
  5. Hot Tea
    Goose
    6/30/22 Quincy, CA
  6. Burn Them
    Greensky Bluegrass (w/ Molly Tuttle on guitar and Bronwyn Keith-Heinz, fiddle)
    7/2/22 Quincy, CA
  7. Ball And Biscuit
    Jack White
    6/28/22 London, GB
  8. In Memory of Elizabeth Reed
    Kitchen Dwellers (w/ Daniel Donato)
    7/1/22 Scranton, PA

Stream Exclusive Bruce Springsteen Concert Recordings

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Note: These concerts are only available to U.S. and Canada subscribers, and can be streamed now with a free trial to nugs.net.

by Erik Flannigan, Bruce Springsteen Archivist

Live Springsteen streaming on nugs.net kicks off with Freehold, the first of five monthly drops. Freehold presents 35 shows circa 1975 to 2014, starting at the legendary Roxy in West Hollywood on the Born To Run tour. Bruce’s October 18, 1975 appearance at the club with the E Street Band featured a rare cover of Carole King’s “Goin’ Back” in the encore.

From later that same year we get the legendary December 12 gig at CW Post College on Long Island, at which Springsteen’s beloved version of “Santa Claus Is Coming to Town” was recorded. From 1977, a rare pair of shows in Albany and Rochester that extend the BTR tour, but showcase newly written songs like “Something in the Night,” “Rendezvous” and “The Promise.” Freehold includes all six shows released to date from the 1999-2000 Reunion tour with the E Street Band, from September 25, 1999 in Philadelphia (and the first “Incident on 57th Street” performed in 19 years) to July 1, 2000, the final show at New York’s Madison Square Garden.

The Rising tour is represented by the June 16, 2003 show in Helsinki, while 2005’s Devils & Dust tour contributes five concerts, each with a rarities-packed setlist. The start of the 2014 High Hopes tour completes the Freehold drop, offering 14 shows performed in South Africa, Australia and New Zealand, a run that included unexpected cover songs like AC/DC’s “Highway to Hell,” The Bee Gees’ “Stayin’ Alive” and Lorde’s “Royals.”

Erik Flannigan’s Freehold Compilation Album

  1. “Goin’ Back” The Roxy, October 18, 1975
  2. “For You” Hammersmith Odeon, November 24, 1975
  3. “Mountain of Love” Tower Theater, December 31, 1975
  4. “Something in the Night” Palace Theatre, February 7, 1977
  5. “Incident on 57th Street” First Union Center, September 25, 1999
  6. “Adam Raised a Cain” United Center, September 30, 1999
  7. “Take ‘Em’ as They Come” Staples Center, October 23, 1999
  8. “Empty Sky” Olympiastadion, June 16, 2003
  9. “Real World” Tower Theater, May 17, 2005
  10. “Valentine’s Day” Value City Theatre, Schottenstein Center, July 31, 2005
  11. “Tunnel of Love” Van Andel Arena, August 3, 2005
  12. “Highway to Hell” Perth Arena, February 8, 2014
  13. “Better Days” Adelaide Entertainment Centre, February 12, 2014
  14. “Stayin’ Alive” Brisbane Entertainment Centre, February 26, 2014
  15. “Royals” Mt. Smart Stadium, March 2, 2014

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Erik Flannigan is a music archivist, producer, author and manager. He has been writing about Bruce Springsteen’s live performances and recordings for more than 30 years.

Stream the Best of the Dead and Company 2021 Tour

With Dead & Company’s 2022 summer tour underway, we asked David Gans, one half of the dynamic Deadhead duo behind SiriusXM’s “Tales from the Golden Road,” to create a playlist with his favorite moments from last year’s tour. He and his cohost Gary Lambert also virtually host our Dead & Company livestreams with special guests like Bobby Weir and Grateful Dead archivist David Lemieux.

Check out Gans’s playlist of 2021 highlights and grab passes to livestream Dead & Company on tour this summer.


I listened to every note of the 2021 Dead & Company tour, and because I have a radio show that features the best of this music, I made notes and excerpted highlights from every concert. I wouldn’t say that these are all the great moments, but the list is a pretty good representation of what they did. The band’s musical conversation has operated at a very high level from the start, and I am really looking forward to another season of magical music-making. — David Gans

Stream David Gans’s Dead & Company 2021 Summer Tour Highlights


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