Bruce Juice are bringing a range of unique features to live gigs during 2022 in the UK. At several selected gigs, Bruce Juice will perform the whole album of either ‘Born to Run’ or ‘Wild & Innocent’, as the first half of the show – unique among Springsteen tributes in the UK.

In addition, Bruce Juice will also aim to perform for 3 hours live at every gig, aiming to deliver the full E Street experience for all Spring-Nuts / E Street Fans. Some venue curfews may limit this, so 2.5 hours will be the minimum, but where possible, it will be the full 3 hours.

Another unique feature to Bruce Juice, is that it continues to perform the more musically complex songs penned in the 1970s, including rare gems such as ‘Thundercrack’, the slow bluesy version of the ‘E Street Shuffle’, ‘Loose Ends’, ‘New York City Serenade’ and ‘Rendezvous’. But if your thing is the usual classic hits from ‘The River’, ‘Born in the USA’ and ‘Tunnel of Lucky-Touch-Ball-Letters-Rising’ albums, there is a healthy mix of all those in the second half of each show.

Perhaps the most favourable reviews about Bruce Juice gigs, is that the band does not perform the standard or album version of each song. Every song has been thoroughly researched to uncover the very best live arrangement, specific to legendary Springsteen gigs, whether it is from the Bottom Line, Passaic, Winterland, the Main Point, Tempe or Hammersmith. This is an attempt by this band to deliver just a glimpse of what it must have been like to feel just of bit of those original live arrangements up close and personal from those small venues before stadia-mania.

Already building up a strong reputation as the most dynamic Springsteen tribute in the UK, this 7-piece band is also announcing 20 new dates across England and Wales. All of this comes in a high-energy live performance designed to capture the unique E Street Band sound. You will go away with a healthy injection of Bruce Juice and an energetic E-Street experience!

Upcoming Events

Saturday 12 March 2022
Chinnerys, Southend

Friday 1 April 2022
Half Moon, Putney  –  featuring the Born to Run album

Saturday 16 April 2022
Trading Boundaries, Sussex

Fri 29 April 2022
The Tropic, Ruislip

Friday 13 May 2022
Engine Rooms, Southampton

Friday 20 May 2022
The Globe, Cardiff

Saturday 4 June 2022
The Assembly, Camden

Friday 17 June 2022
Nightrain, Bradford

Saturday 18 June 2022
MK11, Milton Keynes

Friday 1 July 2022
Kings Heath, Birmingham

Friday 8 July 2022
The Hub, Hampton  –  featuring the Born to Run album

Friday 9 Sept 2022
Half Moon, Putney  –  featuring the Wild & Innocent album

Friday 16 Sept 2022
Yardbirds, Grimsby

Saturday 17 Sept 2022
Queens Hall, Nuneaton

Thurs 6 October 2022
The Cavern, Raynes Park

Friday 14 October 2022
Sub 89, Reading

Friday 2 Dec 2022
The Hub, Hampton  –  featuring the Wild & Innocent album

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“Good luck Bruce Juice” – Jake Clemons

‘E’ Street Band saxophonist, pictured in front a silhouette of his uncle Clarence on a Bruce Juice poster, gives a thumbs up to the new band and pens a good luck note to the Bruce Juice sax player

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“Bruce Juice Rules” – Vinnie Lopez

Legendary E Street Band drummer, Vinnie ‘Maddog’ Lopez, whose licks are immortalised on Springsteen’s first two albums, gave an E Street injection to BRUCE JUICE, penning: “Bruce Juice Rules. Rock ON !! Vinnie Maddog Lopez – E St HoF 2014.”