1973-07-18 Max's Kansas City, New York City, NY (Early)

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First of two shows, double billing, with Springsteen headlining and The Wailers (led by Bob Marley) opening. This was the start of a six-night (12-show) residency. It was also The Wailers first-ever U.S.A. tour, which had started the week before with a six-night (12-show) headlining stint in Boston at Paul’s Mall. The above-mentioned very partial setlist from Springsteen's early show is culled from a review by Michael Gross (not the actor) in Miscellany News, the student newspaper of Vassar College. Gross only states that he attended the opening night of Springsteen's residence, so the songs he mentioned in his review could have been from the late show. "Something You Got" is noted as the final song of the set. A Wailers-centric review of the show was printed in the September 1 issue of Billboard. Brucebase has placed a reproduction here, but the subject of the review could be any of the twelve shows that Springsteen and The Wailers played in this stand. In November 1976 it was reported in New Musical Express that Springsteen and the Wailers had signed a deal to co-headline a 40-city U.S. tour that was due to start in mid-April 1977, with the two acts alternating as headliners. A spokeman at the time suggested that British and European dates would follow in the summer of 1977.



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