Little Steven and the Disciples of Soul to Perform at the Masonic Auditorium in October

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A Rock Hall Inductee with the E Street Band, Steven Van Zandt created the “Jersey Shore” sound with the Asbury Jukes before becoming a member of Bruce Springsteen’s band.

He's also a successful solo artist who just released a new album, Summer of Sorcery. He and his backing band, the Disciples of Soul, will perform on Oct. 26 at the Masonic Auditorium.



Tickets go on sale at 10 a.m. on Friday.

Each ticket purchased online will include a copy of the new CD. Exclusive VIP Meet & Greet Upgrade Packages are also available for most dates. All teachers and a guest will get in to the shows for free.



In addition, every headline date on the Summer of Sorcery Tour 2019 will benefit Van Zandt's TeachRock education initiative and offer an introduction to the Teachrock.org curriculum. Before the show, the TeachRock staff will host free professional development workshops designed to engage educators with techniques and content through which they can use music to inspire students.

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