Little Steven and the Disciples of Soul to Play Hard Rock Live in October

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Actor and musician Little Steven returned to the concert stage last year as he and his band the Disciples of Soul performed at London's BluesFest 2016.

Van Zandt will head back to Europe this fall for an additional leg of the Soulfire Tour 2017.



He’ll also play a number of shows in the States, including an Oct. 6 date at Hard Rock Live.

The Soulfire Tour 2017 celebrates the recent release of Little Steven's new solo album, SOULFIRE, his first solo album in close to two decades. On it, the Rock Hall inductee revisits songs that span the length of his career; the disc features “gritty, greasy, horn-accented '60s-style rock and soul.”



In addition playing with Springsteen’s E Street Band, Van Zandt has worked as an actor on The Sopranos and Lilyhammer. He also somehow finds the time to continue to host Sirius XM's Little Steven's Underground Garage.

Citi cardmembers will have access to purchase pre-sale tickets beginning today.
Tickets go on sale to the general public at 10 a.m. on Saturday.

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