Bruce Springsteen's one-man show on Broadway is set to be released as an album.

The one-man show has already won a Tony Award, with tickets for the show fetching prices of up to $500. The show itself is pretty much an acoustic set with The Boss himself introducing them as he goes and will go on sale from December 14th.

The Netflix special, which was announced in July, has also been confirmed to arrive on the streaming service on December 15th, with the show ending its run on Broadway that very day. To announce both pieces of news, Springsteen released the first single from the album, an acoustic version of the 1999 track 'Land Of Hopes And Dreams'.

Here's that track in all its glory.

The choice of a small theatre on Broadway was a specific choice, as much of Springsteen's career has been made up of huge arena shows and stadium tours. Indeed, his performance at Croke Park was seen by over 160,000 people across the two nights.

'Springsteen On Broadway' was shot in front of a sold-out audience of just 975 seats in the Walter Kerr Theatre, with the show netting Springsteen well over $75 million from its long run.