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on Monday, 23 May 2011.


Memorial Day-the kickoff to summer.  The perfect weekend for backyard bar-b-ques, pool parties…and…getting together with old friends.

And that’s exactly what Little Steven will do as he welcomes Bruce Springsteen into the Underground Garage…and in case you missed it the first time around, you’ve got an invitation to join them for the full uncut 5 and 1/2 hour show!

Little Steven and Bruce Springsteen reminisce about all things rock 'n' roll and then some.  You should drop by and drop in on the conversation.

It’s the Bruce and Stevie show…must hear radio !!!

Exclusively in Little Steven’s Underground Garage…Sirius XM 21


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Comments (3)

  • elliot majerczyk

    Great show and insights. I would have liked to hear a little shout out to the Lovin Spoonful. Incredible players [love that Zal, really under rated as a guitarist], great rhythm section, 3 vocalists, and they swung and rock and rolled.
    Besides those top ten songs [of which many were on John Lennon's jukebox and the first single is probably one of the great songs about the power of rock and roll itself] the band introduced its young listeners to blues, country, early Americana. Spector. "Hums of the Lovin Spoonful" is one of the great records from America in the mid sixties. Listen to how much it anticipated -from "4 Eyes] -metal riffs to the dual guitars in "Lovin You'.
    In terms of what was happening at that time, they were pioneers. And the music still does not sound dated.

  • Jerry Grant

    Wonderful show. As someone who lugged keyboards and amps around well into his forties, I loved the B-3 stories. Also, picking out the chords to "All Day and All of the Night", the description of the Who's records as violence on the bottom and sweetness on top: it was all great.

    And thanks for giving props to the Animals, vastly underrated.

    I liked the discussion about how the doo-woppers were still around at battles of the bands after the rock & roll thing had started. You guys are slightly older than i (b. 1951). By the time I was playing, it was soul bands vs. psychedelic bands. Half the bands opened with "Midnight Hour" or " Ain't Nothin' But a House Party", the other half started with "Fire" (Hendrix) or "I Got a Line on You." This mirrored my crowd's radio listening habits: when the AM pop radio format became unbearable around 1967, some discovered the FM underground, the others began listening exclusively to black radio (WDAS AM).

    The whole Underground Garage thing is great, the only reason I subscribe to Sirius. Keep it up.

    Jerry from Delaware

    P.S. Was there any purpose to including the Bon Jovi cut early in the show? Did I miss something?

    Thanks again.

  • Steven Greenberg

    Finally had a chance to listen to the whole show when drving back from my son's college graduation in Ohio. My wife Donna and I loved the entire show. I especially liked the discussions about the first records purchased by Bruce and Stevie and their muscial evolution. As I'm of a very similar age, the music of the times and the evolutionary process was very familiar. I loved the openess of the discussions, like Bruce talking about playing a bass strung with guitar strings for a year or so and not realizing it; and lins like "I never heard of the blues before the Rolling Stones.' Keep up the great work.

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