Stevie Van Zandt is the consummate sidekick, whether it’s playing Little Stevie to Bruce Springsteen or Silvio Dante to James Gandolfini’s Tony Soprano. There are few better at not stealing
Watch The Boss play the 1978 version of Prove It All Night for the first time in 32 years.
Bruce Springsteen & the E Street Band debuted four Seeger Sessions show and welcomed a hometown guest at Jazz Fest.
Bruce Springsteen and the E Street Band helped Jimmy Fallon celebrate three years on Late Night.
Sample Bruce Springsteen’s new single, We Take Care of Our Own.
It’s been a few months since the HT Crew got together for an old fashioned cookout. With the cold weather creeping in and the holiday season upon us we thought we’d get the gang together one last time this year to throw some large hunks of meat on the grill and crack open a few Troeg’s Mad Elf Ale’s for another rousing edition of At The Barbecue.
It’s hard to believe that 2009 is rapidly coming to a close. Since we’re all live music junkies here, we thought we would share our thoughts on our favorite concerts from the last 12 months. The rules were simple: any show that we attended between January 1 through the beginning of this month were game. So, let’s get at it…
Talk about a no-brainer. Much love goes out to Hartford, Camden, JB3, an intimate surprise Avett Brothers release party in front of maybe 100 people, and a whole slew of great bands I saw for the first time this year, but March 6, 2009 will be branded on my brain forever.
[Photo by Jeremy Gordon]
From the beautiful weather, to taking a much needed road trip away from adulthood, to the friends, to the smothered and covered, to of course the music, Hampton Coliseum pretty much made my year. READ ON for more of the Hidden Track Crew’s favorite concerts of 2009…