Bruce Springsteen is considering offering downloads of every concert he plays, according to reports.
Speaking with Backstreets, Jon Landau, the Boss' manager, says that plans are still in the works.
"Plans aren't totally hammered out yet," Landau said. "But it's something they want to try, potentially after each show, and he says Bruce is on board with the idea. [A]ctive discussions are ongoing and in the logistics phase."
In a previous interview with Rolling Stone, Springsteen mulled the same idea.
"I suppose it would be nice to get some of the classic concerts that have kept people's interest over the past 20, 30 or even 40 years and maybe formalize them in some way," he said. "That's not off the drawing board either. It's all there."
High Hopes, the latest release from Bruce, features several new songs along with several re-recorded songs from Bruce's catalog. The LP hit January 14.
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