1992-05-06 Bottom Line (The), New York City, NY

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Springsteen returns to the famous Bottom Line - he was last there in 1976 - for the live audience debut (albeit to a private gathering of 250 Sony executives) of the core lineup of Bruce's new 1992-1993 tour band – Shane Fontayne (guitar), Tommy Sims (bass), Roy Bittan (keyboards), Zack Alford (drums) - along with the just-hired Bobby King (who joined for support vocals during the second part of the show). Springsteen opened the 90-minute show by remarking that the new lineup had only been together for two weeks and the performance was indeed ragged in places. "My Beautiful Reward" was the lone song performed acoustically. Live premieres for all songs performed except "57 Channels (And Nothin' On)" and "Real World", both of which had been performed during the 1990 Christic shows. Patti Scialfa and Steven Van Zandt were in attendance, but did not perform.



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