E Street Band Member In The Dark About Bruce Springsteen's Plans


. (Classic Rock) The E Street Band's keyboardist Roy Bittan says he knows as much as fans do about future live dates with Bruce Springsteen. And he says there's no point asking him as he's in the dark and waiting for The Boss to reveal his plans.

He tells Rolling Stone: "People always want to know what we're doing. I understand that. The music business is generally one in which people make plans far in advance, and they don't veer from their plans.

"But with Bruce, it's just simply that he writes songs, he makes an album and then he figures out where he wants to go and play. There's always some plans in the mix but until he says, 'The album is done, let's go,' I don't ever really know.

"It's kind of been that way for 40 years. I just go along with it and I'm sure at some point he's gonna say, 'OK, this is what I want to do," and it'll happen. But until then, it's just as much a waiting game for me as it is for the fans." Read more here.

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