A “Summer of Sorcery” means there’s going to be some magic in the night.
Bruce Springsteen joined Little Steven Van Zandt and the Disciples of Soul at the band’s record release show Saturday night in Beverly Hills, marking the new album.
The Boss, according to those who attended the show at Saban Theatre, helped the Disciples of Soul perform the E Street Band’s “Tenth Avenue Freeze-Out,” the ’80s anti-apartheid anthem “Sun City,” and Southside Johnny and the Asbury Jukes’ “I Don’t Want to Go Home,” which was written and produced by Van Zandt.
“The change was made uptown when Little Steven joined the band!” sang Springsteen on “Tenth Avenue Freeze-Out.”
New Bruce! Springsteen announces solo album ‘Western Stars, his first in five years
See it here: Bruce Springsteen-inspired ‘Blinded by the Light’ gets first trailer
Steven Van Zandt, left, and Bruce Springsteen at the Paramount Theatre in Asbury Park on April 22, 2017. (Photo: THOMAS P. COSTELLO/Staff photographer (~ nfs))
Both Springsteen and Van Zandt are members of the E Street Band and lifelong friends from the Jersey Shore.
Bruce Springsteen and Little Steven singing 10th Ave Freeze Out tonight in Beverly Hills!! #BruceSpringsteen#TheBoss#BruceAndSteviepic.twitter.com/5GSadhoRkO
“Summer of Sorcery,” released Friday, is the Disciples of Soul first album of new material since 1989’s “Revolution.” An East Coast record release show is set for Wednesday at the Paramount Theatre in Asbury Park, New Jersey.
Springsteen will release a new studio album called ‘Western Stars’ on June 14. New single “Hello Sunshine” was released last month.
Source: Read Full Article