1974-08-14 Monmouth Arts Center, Red Bank, NJ (Late)

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Scheduled: 22:30 Local Start Time 00:30 / End Time 04:00

Info & Setlist | Venue

Second of two shows, double billing, with Springsteen & The E Street Band headlining and The Incredible String Band opening at the newly renamed Monmouth Arts Center - previously the Carlton Theater. Apparently the late show was completely sold out. The listed partial setlist details are culled from a review of the gig in the Asbury Park Evening Press and attendee recollections. No additional song titles are mentioned in the review, although it is stated that "new material" was performed ("Jungleland" and "She's The One" being likely inclusions, but there may have been others). A review of the late show in the Red Bank Daily Register mentions a solo piano opener, confirmed by an attendee to be "New York City Serenade", and also recalls "4th Of July, Asbury Park (Sandy)". "Born To Run" was also played, with Bruce acting like a conductor, directing Boom Carter during the instrumental break. The house lights didn't come on until 4am - problems with the sound meant that Bruce didn't get going until 12:30 on the morning of the August 15, where he apparently played until 4 am. These were the final performances of Ernest 'Boom' Carter and David Sancious as E Street Band members. Sancious has commented that they'd made their intentions to depart known to Bruce several weeks prior to this night, although the rest of the band only found out a couple of days beforehand, seemingly because Bruce had hoped the two might change their minds.

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