Little Steven

After a long hiatus, Little Steven is finally back on the road with his backing band The Disciples of Soul. ‘It didn’t even occur to me that I had abandoned my own work for so long,’ he says.


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WHAT TO EXPECT: Although he’s best known as Bruce Springsteen’s sidekick in The E Street Band and Tony Soprano’s consigliore in “The Sopranos,” Little Steven Van Zandt is also an extremely talented songwriter and front man. Along with his 14-piece band The Disciples of Soul, he comes to the Hard Rock for a stop on his “Soulfire” tour. Fans can look forward to hearing songs from Little Steven’s classic 1982 album “Men Without Women” including “Forever,” “Princess of Little Italy” and “Until the Good Is Gone,” songs made famous by Southside Johnny such as “I Don’t Want to Go Home” and “Love on the Wrong Side of Town” as well as standouts from “Soulfire” such as “St. Valentine’s Day” and “Blues is my Business”,

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