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Bruce Springsteen with the Sessions Band


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Bruce Springsteen with The Sessions Band is the touring folk group for the Seeger Sessions album released by Springsteen. A live album “Bruce Springsteen with The Sessions Band: Live in Dublin” was released June 5, 2007.

From The Live In Dublin album:
Bruce Springsteen - Guitar, lead vocals

Sam Bardfeld - Violin, vocals
Art Baron - Sousaphone, trombone, mandolin, penny whistle, euphonium
Frank Bruno - Acoustic guitar, vocals, field drums
Jeremy Chatzky - Bass

Larry Eagle - Drums, percussion
Clark Gayton - Trombone, vocals, percussion
Charles Giordano - Accordion, piano, organ, vocals
Curtis King jr. - Vocals, percussion
Greg Liszt - Banjo
Lisa Lowell - Vocals, percussion
Eddie Manion - Saxophone, vocals, percussion
Cindy Mizelle - Vocals, percussion
Curt Ramm - Trumpet, vocals, percussion
Marty Rifkin - Steel guitar, dobro, mandolin
Patti Scialfa - Acoustic guitar, vocals
Marc Anothony Thompson - Acoustic guitar, vocals
Soozie Tyrell - Violin, vocals


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  • Hasen_Papa

    Sooooo great !!!!

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  • spacefaceinfurs

    really good

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  • tomvecc

    amazing music

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  • NTG

    This should definitely not auto-correct to Bruce Springsteen.

    7 May 2010 Reply
  • BruceNY

    Artists are defined by two central fundamentals; their songs and concerts. For years, concerts were used as promotional tools to sell records. As the sixties progressed, the Grateful Dead appeared and within a few years, Led Zeppelin took concerts to new heights with festival grooviness and flashing arena-rock presence. For bands like the Dead and Zeppelin, the records weren’t enough. The concert became an extension of the record and in many ways, a more vital experience. Tapes were shared, stories told and myths were born. In the entire rock era, no other artist has a greater and more extensive legend than Bruce Springsteen. From stories of intimate in-your-face clubs shows early in his career to the misquoted myth of the five-hour show, the adoration and fervent followings Springsteen has amassed over the decades is almost unparalleled and on full display in a new book chronicling the 1978 Darkness on the Edge of Town tour, The Light in Darkness.

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