Bruce played the song 41 times :
Darkness on the edge of town tour
Bruce used the song always as the opening song of the evening asking:
"How's your summer been ? How’s the summertime treating you? Happy summer to everybody!"
1978-07-28 - JAI ALAI FRONTON, MIAMI
1978-08-01 - GAILLARD MUNICIPAL AUDITORIUM, CHARLESTON, SC
1978-08-07 - WINGS STADIUM, KALAMAZOO, MI
1978-08-10 - ROCHESTER COMMUNITY WAR MEMORIAL, ROCHESTER, NY
1978-08-12 - AUGUSTA CIVIC CENTER, AUGUSTA, ME
1978-08-18 - SPECTRUM, PHILADELPHIA
1978-09-05 - VETERANS MEMORIAL AUDITORIUM, COLUMBUS, OH
1981-07-03 - BRENDAN BYRNE ARENA, EAST RUTHERFORD
1981-08-07 - CAPITAL CENTRE, LARGO, MD
1981-08-11 - JOE LOUIS ARENA, DETROIT, MI
1981-08-17 - RED ROCKS AMPHITHEATRE, MORRISON, CO
1981-08-23 - LOS ANGELES MEMORIAL SPORTS ARENA, LA
2008-07-15 - ESTADIO ANOETA, DONOSTIA-SAN SEBASTIAN, SPAIN
2008-07-28 - GIANTS STADIUM, EAST RUTHERFORD
2008-07-31 - GIANTS STADIUM, EAST RUTHERFORD
2008-08-02 - GILLETTE STADIUM, FOXBOROUGH, MA
2008-08-19 - HERSHEYPARK STADIUM, HERSHEY, PA
2009-08-25 - SARATOGA PERFORMING ARTS CENTER, SARATOGA SPRINGS, NY
2012-08-15 - FENWAY PARK, BOSTON, MA
Rock In Roma Festival
played with Rickie Lee Jones. Rickie Lee Jones is onstage for several songs on percussion and backing vocals but is mostly inaudible throughout.
2016-09-01 - NATIONALS PARK, WASHINGTON, DC
1981-07-11 - BIG MAN'S WEST, RED BANK
Bruce joins Clarence Clemons and his Red Bank Rockers on stage on the opening night of Clarence’s new nightclub.
1982-05-29 - BIG MAN'S WEST, RED BANK
With Beaver Brown. John Cafferty & The Beaver Brown Band is the name of an American rock band from Narragansett, Rhode Island, that began their career in the 1970s and achieved mainstream success in the 1980s. Originally known as simply Beaver Brown, the group (consisting of John Cafferty on vocals and rhythm guitar, Gary Gramolini on lead guitar, Patrick Lupo on bass, Kenny Jo Silva on drums, Bobby Cotoia on piano, and Michael "Tunes" Antunes on saxophone) started out as a New England bar band and initially established a popular following throughout Rhode Island, Connecticut, and Massachusetts.