Bruce Springsteen performs at The New York Comedy Festival And The Bob Woodruff Foundation Present The 7th Annual Stand Up For Heroes Event at The Theater at Madison Square Garden on November 6, 2013 in New York City.
Photo by Bryan Bedder/Getty Images for New York Comedy Festival

Bruce Springsteen is toying with the idea of joining the long list of artists who make their shows available for sale right after the performance.

With High Hopes, his 18th studio album, being released tomorrow (Tuesday), he tells us, "I'm really interested in having sort of more of a regular output, which I think we've been able to do this past decade... It's fun getting things out there."

And in terms of concerts from the past, he says, "I suppose it would be nice to get some of the classic concerts that have kept people's interest over the past 20, 30 or even 40 years and maybe formalize them in some way. That's not off the drawing board either. It's all there."

Springsteen may start offering same-day recordings of his concerts on his next tour, which starts on January 26th in Cape Town, South Africa.

He will celebrate tomorrow's release of High Hopes with a performance on NBC's Late Night With Jimmy Fallon Tuesday night.