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Moved to Majestic Theater: Little Steven And The Disciples Of Soul
Sun, October 22, 2017
Doors: 7:00 pm / Show: 8:00 pmThe Bomb Factory
This event is all ages
This show is moving The Majestic Theater at 1925 Elm St, Dallas, TX 75201. All tickets previously purchased will be honored at the new location.
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Freedom No Compromise His work as Little Steven found him taking an overt left-wing political stance; and in 1985 he organized Artists United Against Apartheid, recording the all-star Top 40 single "Sun City," which increased awareness about apartheid in South Africa and the fact that musicians appeared at the country's Sun City entertainment complex. In 1987, having shed the Disciples of Soul, he released his third album, Freedom, No Compromise. Revolution followed in 1989. Though Van Zandt was without a record contract during the 1990s, he produced other artists and was involved in soundtrack work. In 1995, he re-joined the E Street Band for recordings and performances in connection with Springsteen's Greatest Hits album. He turned to acting in 1998, taking a featured role in the successful television series The Sopranos. In 1999, he again re-joined the E Street Band for its reunion tour, and he released a new album, Born Again Savage.
The Bomb Factory
2713 Canton Street
Dallas, TX, 75226