Bruce Springsteen and the E Street Band’s upcoming 2023 tour is going to be big, but you don’t have to wait until next year to see anyone in the band.
Springsteen will join Rolling Stone founder Ian Vener for a panel discussion at the “Like A Rolling Stone” event on Tuesday, September 13 at the 92nd Street Y in New York City. They’re going to talk about Vener’s new memoir, Like a Rolling Stone.
“When you were young, single, and in the far reaches of New Jersey, Rolling Stone was a parcel from the front, bringing news of the big world and the different life that awaited you,” Springsteen said in a statement.
Tickets for the in-person meeting are sold out, but online access is available for $60. Visit www.92ny.org for tickets or more information.
Speaking of the faraway lands of New Jersey, Max Weinberg’s Jukebox, playing fan-chosen songs, will perform at the Little Steven Van Zandt and Teachrock.org party at the Pony on Saturday, October 8 at the Stone Pony in Asbury Park. . The event will include a small sale at Stephen’s Garage in addition to the show.
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Weinberg Jukebox is coming to Florida, Texas and Wisconsin in the next two months. Visit www.maxweinberg.com for more information. The nights are full of fun, and Weinberg does everything but sing on the show.
Wonder Bar:Springsteen calls it a wonderful institution in Asbury Park.
Also at the Pony, E Street Band founding members Harry Talent and Vinny “Mad Dog” Lopez, and local urban legends Nicky Addeo and Leon Trent will join Doc Holliday and his Sony Nashville Studio A crew for an evening celebrating the Sound of Asbury Park at Thursday, September 22.
Talent, of course, is the E Street Band’s bass player, and Lopez was the first drummer, who occasionally appears with the band these days. Tickets for the Pony show are $25 in advance, $30 at the door and are available at stoneponyonline.com.
On the Coast, E Street saxophonist Jake Clemons — along with “The Sopranos” actor Vincent Pastore, chef David Burke, restaurateur Marilyn Schlossbach and the Junior League of Monmouth County — will be honored at the Monmouth Arts Council’s 50th Golden Celebration Gala . on Friday, Sept. 23, in the garden at Blu Grotto in Oceanport.
The council called Clemons, the nephew of the late Clarence Clemons, “a magnet for positive energy and emotion who constantly shares stories and thoughts about life, his beliefs and experiences through music.”
Tickets for the gala start at $185, and more information, including sponsorship opportunities, can be found at monmoutharts.org/goldencelebration.
Springsteen and the E Street Band will play arenas in the US and stadiums in Europe next year. The second leg of the North American tour will begin in August 2023, following stadium concerts in Europe.
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Jersey Shore native Chris Jordan covers entertainment and features for USA Today Network New Jersey. Contact him at @chrisfhjordan; email@example.com.