A SENSATIONAL SPRINGSTEEN EXPERIENCE

For the long years between Bruce Springsteen’s European tours, this band provides a vibrant dose of Bruce Juice injected into every hungry heart aching for such a tonic.

You can expect an ‘E-Street’ experience that captures the unique seven-piece band line-up through arrangements from legendary concerts such as the Main Point, the Bottom Line, Passaic, Tempe and Winterland. 

This is a high energy show that includes original arrangements from the 1970s Wild, Innocent and a slow, bluesy ‘E Street Shuffle’ combined with all the main hits from the Born to Run, Darkness, The River and Born in the USA albums, plus many more.

Bruce Juice stands out as there are usually a couple of rare gems not normally performed by tribute bands, e.g. Action in the Streets went down a storm at the last sold out gig. Several live video clips from Bruce Juice gigs are now available on our TRACK LIST page (see left).

For more on what is unique about ‘Bruce Juice’ read here

Upcoming Events

NB: ALL 2020 SHOWS NOW
RESCHEDULED FOR 2021

Saturday 6 March 2021
Half Moon, Putney

Friday 21 May 2021
The Tropic, Ruislip

Saturday 22 May 2021
The Hub, Hampton

Saturday 12 June 2021
Nightrain, Bradford

Saturday 19 June 2021
The Globe, Cardiff

Saturday 10 July 2021
King’s Heath, Birmingham

Friday 8 October 2021
Sub 89, Reading

Saturday 9 October 2021
Engine Rooms, Southampton

TBC Oct/Nov 2021
Rhyd Hall, Tredegar

Saturday 4 December 2021
The Mill, Birmingham

Saturday 11 December 2021
The Warehouse, Leeds

For more information on tickets and
details of each gig, click here…

News

BRUCE JUICE RULES – VINNE 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.”

“Good luck Bruce Juice”

Jake Clemons of The ‘E’ Street Band, 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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