Little Steven & Paul McCartney Perform 'I Saw Her Standing There'While on their current tour Little Steven and the Disciples of Soul brought out none other than Sir Paul McCartney himself for a performance of "I Saw Her Standing There" at London's Roundhouse.
Paula Balish Talks With Little Steven Van ZandtPaula Balish talked with Little Steven Van Zandt before his Hard Rock Rocksino show about the 2018 Rock Hall nominees, the passing of Tom Petty and more.
PHOTOS: Little Steven and The Disciples of Soul at Hard Rock RocksinoOctober 6, 2017.
Steven Van Zandt Announces 2017 'Soulfire' TourThe legendary E Street Band guitarist, and his band Disciples of Soul will tour the country this fall behind their latest release 'Soulfire.'
Little Steven Bares His "Soulfire"Bill Louis talks with Little Steven Van Zandt about returning to the concert stage as the main man, acting, his new album 'Soulfire' and more.
Watch Bruce Springsteen Surprise Fans at Steven Van Zandt ConcertThe duo performed "Tenth Avenue Freeze-Out" and covered Marvin Gaye.
Steven Van Zandt Urges Rutgers Graduates to 'Embrace Jersey Roots'."Embrace your Jersey roots and authenticity. Jersey strong. It doesn't matter where you're from. You're in the Jersey family now."
Bruce Springsteen and Steven Van Zandt Mourn Loss of Jonathan Demme“He was an inspiration for me, a beautiful filmmaker and a great spirit," wrote Springsteen. "Always smiling, always involved with the world and always pushing you to go for your best."
Watch Bruce Springsteen Surprise Set at Steven Van Zandt ConcertThe two performed "It's Been a Long Time," from the 1991 album Southside Johnny and the Asbury Jukes and Chuck Berry's "Bye Bye Johnny."
Steven Van Zandt Annouces First Solo Album in 20 Years'Soulfire' will be released on May 19.
'Hamilton' Cast Addresses Mike Pence: E Street Band Guitarists ReactSteven Van Zandt and Nils Lofgren had very different reactions to the "Hamilton" cast addressing VP-elect Mike Pence from the stage.
R.I.P Alan Freed FinallyA radio disc jockey lives a typically nomadic existence. This usually ends at death, but in the case of Alan Freed his travels were not to end