E Street Band Legend Steven Van Zandt on His "Immediate" Connection with Bruce Springsteen

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E Street Band Legend Steven Van Zandt on His "Immediate" Connection with Bruce Springsteen

There are a lot of iconic rock-n-roll duos: Mick and Keith, Paul and John, Sonny and Cher... But when it comes to Bruce Springsteen and his E Street Band guitarist and mandolin player, Steven "Little Steven" Van Zandt, their connection was instant.

"There [were] a lot of people starting to play rock and roll in those days, but it wasn't quite really a legitimate business until the '70s — it was still kind of freaky to be in a rock-n-roll band in the '60s," Steven tells Rach and John (who both loved his memoir, Unrequited Infatuations). "We bonded immediately because I think we were the only two people we ever met who felt rock-n-roll was everything. Not just a hobby, not just something on the weekend. And it became our religion."

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