Steve Van Zandt to make Tower Records Dublin appearance

There's a major interview with him in the new issue of Hot Press!

He told us he was planning to squeeze in a visit when he’s over later in the month and now it’s official: Steve Van Zandt is presenting his Underground Garage radio show live from Tower Records on Wednesday June 27 from 7pm-9pm.

Admission is free on a first come, first served basis with the show also airing on 103.2 Dublin City FM.

In the new issue of Hot Press, Steve talks Bruce, other Jersey legends, abortion rights, the Sopranos prequel, and how to combat the US’ school shooting epidemic.

He also extends an invitation to teachers to attend his Thursday June 28 show in the Button Factory for free, and waxes lyrical about his al-star Disciples of Soul.

 

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