Legendary musician and long-time member of Bruce Springsteen’s E Street Band, Little Steven (real name Stevie Van Zandt), is back to rock the Hard Rock Cafe London for a second year, with a free intimate “Underground Garage Dance Party” on Thursday 23 May 2019.
The Hard Rock
Cafe appearance comes hot off recent on-stage collaborations with Bruce
Springsteen, and the release of Little Steven’s new album “Summer of Sorcery” with the band “Little
Steven & The Disciples of Soul” – Van Zandt’s first album of new material
in 20 years. The band recently
kicked off their live tour in May.
Little Steven’s “Underground Garage Dance Party”, fans and VIPs will be treated
to an intimate, live DJ session, where the Rock and Roll Hall
of Famer will play and talk about his favourite songs that air on his
internationally syndicated radio show “Little Steven’s Underground Garage.” Van
Zandt will also pose for photos and sign autographs with those in attendance
throughout the evening.
Steven grew up in the thriving Jersey Shore music scene of the late 60s and
70s, and his career has seen him perform across the globe. As well as being an
inductee of the Rock and Roll Hall of
Fame and widely recognised as one of the world’s foremost authorities on
both contemporary and traditional Rock’n’Roll, Van Zandt has also seen vast
success in acting, securing key roles in the likes of The Sopranos and Netflix’s critically-acclaimed Lilyhammer.
Hard Rock Cafe London presents “Underground Garage Dance Party” with Little Steven Van Zandt takes place on the Ground Floor from 7.30pm on Thursday 23 May 2019. Entry
is free and open to the public.
What: Hard Rock Cafe London Presents Underground Garage Dance Party with Little Steven
When: Thursday 23 May, 7.30pm
Where: Hard Rock Cafe London, Ground Floor, 150 Old Park Lane, Mayfair, London W1K 1QZ
Each week acclaimed musician, producer, songwriter,
international DJ, activist, director, actor, and Rock and Roll Hall of Famer
Little Steven Van Zandt takes audiences on a two hour trip of what was cool in
all six decades of Rock and Roll, while also featuring the best emerging bands
worldwide in “Little Steven’s Underground Garage”. The
internationally syndicated radio show debuted April 2002 on 23 stations and is
now broadcast on over 135 stations in 200 plus markets. The success of
“Little Steven’s Underground Garage” has allowed it to extend past
the world of radio into television, live events, albums, satellite radio, and more.