Trailer Out For Springsteen’s 1979 ‘No Nukes’ Concerts

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A new concert film captures Bruce Springsteen and the E Street Band in two of their most legendary performances ever – the 1979 ‘No Nukes’ concerts at Madison Square Garden.

Sony just dropped the first trailer for the film – which will be released on digital formats for the first time ever in November.

The footage has been fully remixed and restored from the original 16mm film by longtime Springsteen collaborator Thom Zimny.  It includes 10 never-before-released performances.

The Legendary No Nukes Concerts will be out Nov. 16th as a digital download, and Nov. 23rd as a digital rental.

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