Twenty-five years into a career full of stops and starts and 7-inch splits, Hot Water Music are back where they always belonged: in Florida, playing ragged, raging sets for a club full of devoted fans.
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Ask Little Steven Van Zandt to pick his favorite songwriter in rock ‘ excluding his boss Bruce Springsteen, of course ‘ and he has to think a minute. He admires veterans like Billie Joe Armstrong, Dave Grohl and Eddie Vedder, and is a fan of a younger guy named Kurt Baker. But he admits thoughtful rock isn’t as prevalent as it used to be. “It certainly has returned to being an underground cult, which is where it started in the early ’50s,” Van Zandt said. His SiriusXM station and syndicated radio show Little Steven’s Underground Garage is “the only place you’re going to hear rock ‘n’ roll. It’s easier to hear blues on the radio. It’s easier to hear jazz on the radio.
- Date: 2018-05-16T11:36:00Z-04
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