Bruce covered the song 11 times:
The Wild, the innocent and the Estreet shuffle tour
1975-02-05 - THE MAIN POINT, BRYN MAWR, PA
One show, held as a benefit for the ~270-seat coffeehouse, with Springsteen & The E Street Band the sole act on the bill. The show was emceed by DJ Ed Sciaky.
One show, held in the 1,500-seat Widener Field House, with Springsteen & The E Street Band the sole act on the bill. This first of two consecutive nights at Widener was not quite a sellout. Due to the notoriously bad sound in the school's Field House, Mike Appel had engaged a local contractor to install echo-suppressing material along the walls and roof of the Gymnasium. A few hours before the show Appel learned that this material was highly flammable and a mad scramble ensued to re-position the material to be out of possible reach of the crowd. This caused the start of the opening night's show to be delayed for over 90 minutes. The material functioned reasonably well and the over-two-hour show was a roaring success. The school's newspaper reported that Suki Lahav had to be treated for exhaustion after this show, although she recuperated in time for the following night's performance.
1975-02-19 - UNIVERSITY AUDITORIUM, PENN STATE UNIVERSITY, UNIVERSITY PARK, PA
One show, double bill, with Springsteen & The E Street Band headlining and Jae Mason opening.
1975-12-30 - TOWER THEATER, UPPER DARBY, PHILADELPHIA
1975-12-31 - TOWER THEATER, UPPER DARBY, PHILADELPHIA
2009-04-28 - WACHOVIA SPECTRUM, PHILADELPHIA
2013-05-03 - FRIENDS ARENA, SOLNA, SWEDEN
The encores open with an acoustic "Mountain Of Love", played by request.
1979-01-11 - LOCK STOCK AND BARREL, FAIR HAVEN, NJ
A private 37th birthday party for Clarence Clemons, with Springsteen and the entire E Street Band (except for Steven Van Zandt) attending and performing a rollicking set of classics for the invitation-only gathering of close friends and family. Clarence’s pre-E Street band compatriot, Norman Seldin, was playing an extended residency at the club at the time and both Clarence and Garry Tallent had made guest appearances with Seldin at the club the previous week. The above-mentioned setlist is incomplete and not necessarily in the correct performing sequence – there were many other songs performed, although no Springsteen compositions. Apparently Bruce took the lead or co-lead vocal on the under- mentioned titles.