Little Steven & the Disciples of Soul play Center Stage May 16

The group makes an Atlanta stop playing songs from 'Soulfire' and more  

Steven Van Zandt
Photo credit: Photo courtesy Big Hassle Media
SOULFIRE: Little Steven and the Disciples of Soul are touring in support of their first release in nearly two decades.

Actor, Sirius XM’s “Underground Garage” host, E Street Band guitarist, and Renaissance man Steve Van Zandt, aka Little Steven, has championed rock ’n’ roll since growing up in New Jersey alongside a teenaged Bruce Springsteen. Van Zandt’s horn-injected Disciples of Soul reconvened for 2017’s Soulfire , the group’s first release in nearly two decades. This rare tour, featuring a sprawling 14-piece lineup, is a benefit for Van Zandt’s TeachRock, a national initiative to bring music curriculums into middle schools and high schools.
$40-$45. 7 p.m. (doors). Wed., May 16. Center Stage. 1374 West Peachtree St. 404-885-1365. www.centerstage-atlanta.com.


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