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Topic - Steven Van Zandt
Do you remember your first live concert? Steven Van Zandt certainly does, almost 50 years ago.
The night busted open in New York City as Bruce Springsteen and other Rock and Roll Hall of Famers helped Steven Van Zandt celebrate his Big Man of the Year award.
Within just over a week, Netflix and Hulu are both debuting their first stabs at original scripted programming.
Bruce Springsteen guitarist Steve Van Zandt says touring without saxophonist Clarence Clemons is sure to be emotional for the E Street Band and its audience.
Steve Van Zandt says Bruce Springsteen and the E-Street Band will get together over the next couple of weeks to discuss how the band will proceed without Clarence Clemons. The saxophonist died in June following complications from a stroke.
With old friend Bruce Springsteen stopping by to swap music stories for the ninth anniversary of Steven Van Zandt's rock radio show, Van Zandt laughed at the notion that he'd set the bar pretty high for the tenth year.
' with the Four Seasons in it."
"You can't make this stuff up, can you?" says Van Zandt. "So I have two reasons to be thankful for The Rascals."