Steven Van Zandt Getting "Reacquainted" With His Music


Singer Steven Van Zandt says he “never left” the 60’s and he thinks his new album captures that “romantic fantasy.”

“Summer of Sorcery” is Van Zandt’s first album of all-new material in 20 years and it’s now available.He told WOR’s “Len Berman and Michael Riedel in the Morning” that his music took a backseat in recent years because he got into acting and Bruce Springsteen put the E Street Band back together.

“I wanted to spend a couple years getting reacquainted with my old work and reintroducing it to people,” Van Zandt said.

Van Zandt is launching a world tour that includes stops in Asbury Park, New Jersey and Huntington, New York.

“We always try to start the tour off locally,” Van Zandt said.

“Summer of Sorcery” is Van Zandt’s first album of all-new material in 20 years and it’s now available.He told WOR’s “Len Berman and Michael Riedel in the Morning” that his music took a backseat in recent years because he got into acting and Bruce Springsteen put the E Street Band back together.

“I wanted to spend a couple years getting reacquainted with my old work and reintroducing it to people,” Van Zandt said.

Van Zandt is launching a world tour that includes stops in Asbury Park, New Jersey and Huntington, New York.

“We always try to start the tour off locally,” Van Zandt said.

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