The Springsteen Sessions

Music |
24th January 2020

Doors 7.30pm | Tickets £13 OTD £15 | Malt Room Standing

It’s now nearly ten years since the germ of an idea was born, and The Springsteen Sessions began what was to become a mighty adventure. Bringing the music of The Boss and The E Street Band to audiences across the UK, they started in their home city of Glasgow. It was not long after the band’s first shows that people began to sit up and take notice, and the band were booked fairly early on in their career for a couple of festivals – Belladrum (Beauly, Scottish Highlands) and Marvellous (Reading).

Over the years the demand for The Springsteen Sessions began to spread as a result of unsolicited testimonials, word of mouth and via social media, and they now cover large areas of Scotland, England and Northern Ireland with their shows, which are always full-on, electric in their atmosphere and leave their audiences hollering for more at the end of a two-and-a-half hour set that covers the entire career of The Boss from the early days.

The band are delighted to be coming back to Kendal again, and your enjoyment is guaranteed – you will go away breathless, excited, exhausted from singing along … but craving more !!

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24th January 2020

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