February 8, 2012


Steven Van Zandt Talks Springsteen's New Album

We caught Little Steven, longtime guitarist for Bruce Springsteen's E Street Band, talking all about replacing the late Clarence Clemons and The Boss' new album Wrecking Ball. "He's writing like it's his first album, like it matters," Van Zandt said. Translation: Springsteen's not resting on his laurels. Clad in his trademark bandana, he also mentioned that the band changes the set on tour every night and that they're not interested in being a nostalgia act. Good to know! Look up for that.

He's also starring in the first Netflix original series! The new dramedy Lilyhammer finds Little Stevie as a gangster living in Norway under the witness protection program. Having played a gangster on The Sopranos, he's an old pro at this. In this exclusive Fuse cut, Van Zandt talks about his character's predicament, how the show came about and why you should check it out. Every episode of Lilyhammer is available to stream now, and check out the interview below.