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05-Jun-1970 Lakewood,NJ Regency Hotel,USA

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Notes:
One show, double-bill, with STEEL MILL headlining (but playing first) and MERCY FLIGHT closing. This was a private function - "The 1970 Rumson-Fairhaven Regional High School Junior-Senior Prom". STEEL MILL opened at 9:30PM and played a 1h45m show consisting of their usual self-penned material. After a short intermission MERCY FLIGHT came out and played a 1h45m show consisting of dance/top-40 covers (not their usual setlist). Festivities ended at 2AM.


13-Jun-1970 Bricktown,NJ Ocean Ice Palace,USA

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01 He's guilty
02 Come on (the world is crying for freedom)
03 KT88
04 Black sun rising
05 I am the doctor
06 Jeannie I want to thank You
07 Something's gonna break
08 Garden state parkway blues

Notes:
Bruce was the warm up act for Grand Funk Railroad. The MC5 were on the bill for the show, but cancelled, and Bruce was the substituted, which is why there is no mention of the band on the ticket. There were two shows on this particular night. A tape with this show circulates as February 1970, sometimes as at the Center in Richmond, VA. An announcer can be heard at the beginning of the tape, explaining that MC5 is stuck in Connecticut and so Steel Mill is playing instead, confirming the above date and venue. A surviving ticket stub indicates that this show was scheduled to be Grand Funk Railroad with MC5 opening.


21-Jun-1970 Atlantic Highlands,NJ Clearwater Swim Club,USA

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Notes:
ONE outdoor evening show, double bill, with STEEL MILL headlining and GLORY ROAD opening (lineup included Garry Tallent and Bill Chinook). As can seen in the pres report below, this was almost certainly the largest audience Springsteen had played in front of up to this point in his career. Despite some pre-event complaints by local residents, the show ended without incident about 1AM and was deemed a major commercial success by the Swim Club owners – who immediately began organizing a similar event for the end of summer (see 11/09/70). Please note that audio once incorrectly attributed to this show can now be found under the listing for 17/07/70.



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