Can't find the dough for the latest concert ticket? Check out this list of June 2019 new music releases for a string of cool upcoming live albums. There are a couple of major new recordings on the way, too.

Bruce Springsteen's first studio project in five years was inspired in part by pop records that emerged from Southern California in the late '60s and early '70s. The second album by the all-star Hollywood Vampires – which already includes Alice Cooper, Joe Perry and Johnny Depp – also features a guest turn by Jeff Beck.

Bob Dylan will issue a new 14-disc, 148-track box set chronicling his 1975 Rolling Thunder Revue dates, five days before a Martin Scorcese-directed documentary about the tour arrives on Netflix. Neil Young's latest live album captures highlights from a Feb. 3, 1973, performance with the Stray Gators at the University of Alabama. The Rolling Stones will release an expanded set devoted to their 1968 Rock and Roll Circus special, and then another live album focusing on a 1998 show in support of their then-new album Bridges to Babylon.

Roger Daltrey and the Doobie Brothers are also returning to familiar ground. The Who's Tommy Orchestral features highlights from a 2018 tour during which Daltrey collaborated with local orchestras on his band's classic rock opera. Live From the Beacon Theatre finds the Doobies presenting 1972's Toulouse Street and its follow-up The Captain and Me in their entirety.

More information on these and other rock releases can be found below. Remember to follow our continuously updated list of New Music Releases for details on music issued throughout the year.

June 7
Bob Dylan, The Rolling Thunder Revue: The 1975 Live Recordings
Grateful Dead, Aoxomoxoa (50th Anniversary Deluxe Edition); Road Trips Vol. 3 No. 3 – Fillmore East 5-15-70
Jesse Hughes, Eagles of Death Metal Presents Boots Electric Performing the Best Songs We Never Wrote
Neil Young, Tuscaloosa
Nebula, Holy Shit
Perry Farrell [Jane's Addiction], Kind Heaven
Peter Frampton, All Blues
Rickie Lee Jones, Kicks
Rolling Stones, Rock and Roll Circus Box Set
Santana, Africa Speaks
Various artists, Woody Guthrie: All-Star Tribute Concert 1970 (DVD) [Arlo Guthrie, Joan Baez, Pete Seeger, Richie Havens, others]

June 14
Bob Marley and the Wailers, Legend (35th anniversary vinyl edition)
Bruce Springsteen, Western Stars
Carole King, Live at Montreux 1973
Chris Robinson Brotherhood, Servants of the Sun
Chris Shiflett [Foo Fighters], Hard Lessons
Dave Matthews Band, Rhino's Choice
Lukas Nelson & Promise of the Real, Turn Off the News (Build a Garden) [Neil Young, Sheryl Crow, Shooter Jennings]
Roger Daltrey, The Who's Tommy Orchestral

June 21
Collective Soul, Blood
Def Leppard, Def Leppard: Volume Two (seven-CD box set)
Drivin N Cryin, Live the Love Beautiful
Hollywood Vampires, Rise
Prince, Originals
Raconteurs [Jack White], Help Us Stranger
Rolling Stones, Bridges to Bremen (DVD+CD)

June 28
The Alarm, Sigma
Allman Betts Band, Down to the River
The Aristocrats, You Know What …?
The B-52’s, Cosmic Thing (30th anniversary expanded edition)
Bay City Rollers, The Singles Collection (3CDs)
Black Keys, 'Let's Rock'
Climax Blues Band, The Albums 1969-1972 (5CD box set)
David Bowie, The Mercury Demos (vinyl)
Doobie Brothers, Live From the Beacon Theatre
Generation Axe [Steve Vai, Yngwie Malmsteen, Zakk Wylde, Nuno Bettencourt], The Guitars That Destroyed the World (Live in China)
Gov't Mule [Warren Haynes], Bring On the Music: Live at the Capitol Theatre (CD/DVD)
Michael McGear, McGear (2CD/1DVD expanded clamshell boxset)
Patrick Moraz [Yes], Patrick Moraz (reissue)
Renaissance, Novella (3CD expanded boxset)
Various artists, 1977: The Year Punk Broke (3CD box set) [Motorhead, the Jam, Generation X, Boomtown Rats]
Various artists, Woodstock 50: Back to the Garden

Coming in July and Beyond
The Flaming Lips, King’s Mouth: Music and Songs
Scott Stapp [Creed], The Space Between the Shadows
Clarence Clemons, Who Do I Think I Am? (DVD)
ZZ Top, Goin' 50
Chrissie Hynde, Valve Bone Woe
The Darkness, Easter Is Cancelled