Steven Van Zandt
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Seeing Van Zandt singing sans guitar is a bit weird. Duetting on a Sinatra tune is even weirder.
Last night (October 17) at Cipriani’s on Wall Street in New York City, a handful of legendary artists– Little Steven Van Zandt, Brian Wilson of the Beach Boys, Elvis Costello and Bill Medley of the Righteous Brothers– came together to pay tribute to Darlene Love.
On Wednesday (June 19) the world was shocked by the news of actor James Gandolfini’s passing at 51 from a heart attack.
Steven Van Zandt used it to bring the Rascals back together and now Kickstarter will be valuable in saving the Mermaid Parade.
We spoke to him about a few other things on his agenda including his recent hiatus from E Street Band, the Rascals’ reunion shows and, for the fun of it, the Rock And Roll Hall Of Fame.
Steven Van Zandt has rocked many a stage as a member of Bruce Springsteen’s mighty E Street Band, and now he’s about to hit the classroom. Yesterday (April 24) at New York University, the guitarist announced that his Rock And Roll Forever Foundation has teamed up with the GRAMMY Museum for a unique curriculum designed to bring rock and roll (and its roots) into high school and middle school classrooms.
Steven Van Zandt discusses the Rascals reunion, which makes its way to Broadway in April.
For a limited time in April, The Rascals will reunite to perform at the Richard Rodgers Theater on Broadway, the New York Times reports.
The soundtrack to David Chase’s Not Fade Away features the fictional band portrayed in the film, The Twylight Zones, covering some early rock classics including Bo Diddley’s “Bo Diddley,” Bob Dylan’s “Subterranean Homesick Blues” and the standard “Time Is On My Side.” One lesser known song on the soundtrack is “St. Valentine’s Day Massacre,” written by the film’s Music Supervisor, Steven Van Zandt.