Recorded with the Disciples of Soul, the new record celebrates 2019's acclaimed 'Summer Of Sorcery' album and features guests including Bruce Springsteen.
The guitarist-actor-producer takes us on a deep dive into his solo work and what's in store for 2021.
The 13-disc set offers a deep dive into the rocker’s solo career – including rare live footage, previously-unreleased material, and classic six albums.
The 13-disc set collects all of the influential Rock & Roll Hall of Famer’s solo records between 1982 and 1999.
The long-out-of-print LP joins five additional albums from Van Zandt making all of Little Steven’s records from his early career once again available on vinyl.
The videos are for 'Love Again' and a recent live performance of Bruce Springsteen’s Tucson Train.'
It follows the announcement of the box set RockNRoll Rebel – The Early Work and the surprise digital deluxe edition of his 1982 set 'Men Without Women.'
The decision was taken on doctor's advice because of Van Zandt's sinusitis condition, and means that the band will now play only in Boston and New York City in November.
Van Zandt says of his new songs, “I wanted to make it like 12 little movies where I could play a different character in each song and have some fun with that”.
Little Steven has shared two songs, ‘Lilyhammer Nocturne (Theme From Lilyhammer)’ and ‘Espresso Martini,’ off his forthcoming score for the Netflix hit series Lilyhammer.
For his starring role in the series, Steven Van Zandt explored uncharted waters as a New York mobster who flees to Norway under the witness protection program.
"I created a collection of fictional movies scenes that feel like summer. I’m proud of it", Steven Van Zandt says of the new record.
The new release by Little Steven and the Disciples of Soul will be supported by a major world tour.
The annual Pilgrimage Fest is co-produced by Justin Timberlake and co-founded by Better Than Ezra’s Kevin Griffin.
Nearly every song from 2016's 'Soulfire!' is represented along with inspired covers and classic tracks from Steven Van Zandt's early catalog.