Photo by: Monty Fresco, Getty Images

Three years is a long time for a rocker to not come out with a new album, especially in the 1970s when your career is relatively new. Such was the case for Bruce Springsteen

His previous album 'Born To Run' was a huge hit, released in 1975. But legal issues prevented The Boss from producing another album over the 3 following years.

After all the legal dust settled, Bruce Springsteen and his E Street Band hit the studios to record 'Darkness On the Edge of Town' in 1977. It became their fourth album. It stayed on the US album charts for just under 100 weeks even though the tracks on the album didn't score any high marks on the US singles charts. As for the album, it peaked at number fie on the US album charts.

For this week's Classic Rock Pick, take a look at Bruce Springsteen and the E Street Band performing Prove It All Night from 'Darkness On The Edge Of Town' in Landover, Maryland back in 1978.