BRUCE IN THE USA would like to thank HooGie at WB Gear for their endorsement of BRUCE IN THE USA. Thanks to WBGear.com we are now playing SIT strings on all our guitars.
Great interview with Steven Van Zandt from 1985. He discusses his career up to going solo with the Disciples of Soul.
You Can Look (But You Better Not Touch) was written in 1979 and first appeared on “The River” album. Since that time the song has gone through many transformation. This VLOG post is a history of the many incarnations of “You Can Look, But You Better Not Touch”.
BRUCE IN THE USA had a fantastic time working with conductor Pat Reynolds and the first class Dayton Philharmonic Orchestra. It was an honor and a pleasure. The creation of Symphonic Springsteen has been in the works for some time now and it was great to see it come to fruition in such a grand way.
Bruce In The USA, now in its second decade earning its billing as The World’s Greatest Tribute to Bruce Springsteen and the E Street Band, begins its Summer 2014 tour tomorrow in Bruce’s home state of New Jersey and will travel the Eastern US before setting off for Europe in September.
The tour will feature the July 4 debut of Symphonic Springsteen — the music of Bruce Springsteen arranged for symphony orchestra and band — with the Symphony Orchestra of Virginia Beach. Performance will be on the 20th street stage at Virginia Beach, VA.