What They Said


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” – referring to Bruce Springsteen’s induction of original E Street Band members Vinnie Lopez and pianist David Sancious into the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame in 2014.

“The best Bruce tribute band I’ve seen hands down . . . played all the hits with a couple of ‘rarities’ thrown in i.e. Incident . . . the lead singer is spot on as are the lead guitar, saxophonist and backing vocalist . . . the crowd were rocking by the end of the night . . . I’ll be going again . . . “ – Allan

“Had a brilliant night! Great performance and a real tribute to The Boss – well done guys!” – Pete

“Great night! We had great fun!” – George

“Thank you guys for an amazing night..you were all so great and the dancing was a bonus! Please come back to Wokingham soon . . . x” – Sue

“Fabulous gig at Wokingham, June 2019. Highly recommend. Go see these guys” – Richard

“Fantastic show, thanks for a great night” – Terry

“They really do provide a great night out, for both Bruce fans and lovers of great live music.” – Paul

“I’ve never been a fan of Bruce Springsteen and I’ve never seen him in action, so I can’t say whether Bruce Juice is authentic, but, by heck, they were good and put on one hell of a show.” – Rigger

“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