Bruce covered the song 15 times:
1997-08-28 Derby (The), Hollywood, CA
Springsteen guests (guitar/vocals) on five songs with guitarist James Intveld
’s band Jimmy & the Gigolos.
1974-09-19 Main Point (The), Bryn Mawr, PA (Late)
During the show that was the public performance debut as E Street Band members for Max Weinberg and Roy Bittan. Springsteen performed "Let The Four Winds Blow" as encore.
Most of all this 100-minute show was recorded by WMMS-FM in Cleveland, then edited to fit into a 60-minute time schedule and broadcast for the first time on June 5 at 10.00pm -11.00pm.
1974-06-02 Agora (The), Toledo, OH
From an historical standpoint this show was important for the wonderful performance of "A Night Like This" (often referred to by collectors by the title "Dance On Little Angel" or Bruce’s original working title "Angel Baby
"). Springsteen, identifying it as "a new song" but not mentioning the title to the crowd, Although "A Night Like This" bears no common melody or lyrics with "4th Of July, Asbury Park (Sandy)", the two are stylistically similar and set along the summer Jersey shoreline.
1974-06-01 Memorial Gymnasium, Kent, OH
One show, a six-hour quadruple billing extravaganza, with Springsteen & The E Street Band headlining. Support acts were Michael Stanley, The Banky Brothers Band and 15-60-75 (aka The Numbers Band)
1974-05-09 Harvard Square Theatre, Cambridge, MA (Late)
Late: Two shows, double bill, with Bruce Springsteen and the E Street Band opening for headliner Bonnie Raitt. Earliest appearance of the name "The E Street Band" in his introduction.
1974-05-04 Panzer Gym, Montclair, NJ
One show, double bill, with Springsteen and band headlining and Buzzy Linhart opening.
1974-04-10 Charlie's Place, Cambridge, MA (Late)
Late: Two shows, double bill, with Springsteen and band headlining and Mighty Joe Young opening.
1974-03-16 Armadillo World Headquarters, Austin, TX
One show, with Springsteen and band headlining and western swing band Alvin Crow & The Pleasant Valley Boys opening.
1974-03-15 Armadillo World Headquarters, Austin, TX
One show, with Springsteen and band headlining a capacity crowd of 1,500 and western swing band Alvin Crow & The Pleasant Valley Boys opening. An attendend remembered : "I remember there were four encores and the last song he played was "Let The Four Winds Blow" and he yelled out "somebody get me a cheeseburger" at the end".
1974-03-03 Gaston Hall, Washington, DC (Late)
Late: Critic Jerry Gilbert attended both shows and wrote a lengthy, highly detailed review of the night'
s events that appeared a couple of weeks later in Sounds magazine.
1974-02-02 Field House, Springfield, MA
One show, double bill, with Springsteen and band headlining and The Persuasions opening. A major snowstorm strikes Springfield the day of the show, and only a handful are one hand to witness the two-hour set. An attendee notes that the horrific weather meant only around 30 people attended the show. The band lost power during the show so Bruce played piano until it returned
1974-01-29 Muther's Music Emporium, Nashville, TN
One show, double bill, with Springsteen and band opening for headlining Texas blues guitar legend Freddie King (and his band).
1974-01-25 Mosque (The), Richmond, VA
One show, double bill, with Springsteen and band headlining and local outfit Goose Creek Symphony opening.
1974-01-06 Joe's Place, Cambridge, MA
One show, double bill, with Springsteen and band headlining and Peter Johnson & The Manic Depressives (Joe’s unofficial house band )