‘For the past 3 years, we’ve held this glorious traveling circus in cities across the country with a day-long rock and roll festival and jobs fair to support our veterans and their...
Unsung musicians who are more than guns for hire, the best sidemen in rock don’t always get their due, but are crucial to shaping a band’s sound.
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 acclaimed songwriter, performer and actor mentored students from NYC's Stuyvesant High School in the Songwriters Hall Of Fame's first-ever virtual master session.
The event took place live on 3 May in a virtual ceremony from Memphis.
The new radio show on “Little Steven’s Underground Garage” will unearth classic interviews with Brian Wilson, Paul McCartney, Iggy Pop and many more.
From timeless favourites to new holiday classics, the best Christmas soundtracks will get you in the holiday spirit all season long.
Rock and Roll Hall of Famer Little Steven’s pioneering solo work is now celebrated in a new boxed set, ‘RockNRoll Rebel – The Early Work’.
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 architect of rock’n’roll is the subject of a new documentary, titled ‘Chuck Berry’, which will be premiering at the Nashville Film Festival on 4 October.
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”.
An antidote to “the f__ing dark ages”, ‘Summer Of Sorcery’ seeks to capture the “liberating feeling” of summer, says Little Steven in this interview.
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.
As a lifelong student of rock’n’roll and the genre’s most vocal evangelist, Steven Van Zandt’s 'Soulfire' represented his dedication to the form.