Music |
24th July 2015

Fri 24 July | Doors 7:30pm | £12/£11 U16 /£14 On The Door

The Springsteen Sessions : the authentic sound of The Boss and The E Street Band !!

After their headline festival appearances at the Grass Roots Stage at Belladrum, and at North Berwick’s ‘Fringe By The Sea’ , The Springsteen Sessions are delighted to be invited to play at The Brewery Arts Centre in Kendal as part of a short English tour this July.

For four years now, this exciting and talented group of Scottish musicians have thrilled audiences across the country with their driving and dynamic versions of the very best of The Boss and The E Street Band – from the early albums like ‘Greetings from Asbury Park’ right through to ‘Wrecking Ball’. All the classics and the anthems are delivered with massive attention to detail, ensuring that the authentic sound of the E Street Band is delivered with the kind of intensity that is reminiscent of their early days at The Stone Pony in New Jersey, where it all kicked off for The Boss over 40 years ago.

The band is full of experienced musicians, many of whom are well known in music circles through involvement with other projects. Fronted by vocalist and harmonica player (‘The Boss’) Dougie Robertson, the band consists of Cammy Maxwell (bass/vocals), Miami Pete (guitar/vocals), Tom Brogan (sax/guitar/vocals), Gavin Paterson ( piano) and Gary Johnston (drums)– all well known on the Glasgow music scene. The line-up is completed by Pete Clark from Edinburgh on organ/synth. And a very mighty sound they make too !! Check them out – it’ll be well worth it !!

You will be captivated by the drive and energy of The Springsteen Sessions, and will go away exhausted and enthralled by a gripping and energetic two-hour show !! A must for ALL music fans !!!

Please Click Here to visit The Springsteen Sessions website.

Venue: Malt room – standing and dancing 

Review from a customer in scotland April 2015: 

Absolutely brilliant night at the Venue, Dumfries last night with The Springsteen Sessions
Two and half hours non stop Bruce Springsteen classics from the very talented and professional seven piece band. They deserved 'far' better numbers than the 60+ crowd that attended, but those who were there lapped up loved every single minute of it, and still created a good atmosphere, as everyone sang along and boogied the night away. The quality of the musicianship from all the band and the vocals was first class. and Tom Brogans superb saxophone playing was one of the true highlights for me.
Great range of classics mainly from the early albums including Jungleland, The River, Born In The USA, Rosalita, Out In the Streets, Two Hearts Are Better Than One, Tenth Avenue Freeze Out, Backstreets, Downbound Train, The Promised Land, Cover Me, Dancing In The Dark, Badlands, Glory Days, Atlantic City, Thunder Road, My Hometown, Born To Run etc etc.
If you are a Springsteen fan make sure you are available for the next time they come to town. Superb !


24th July 2015

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