Stevie Van Zandt To Receive A Prestigious Street Dedication In His Hometown

The renowned musician and founding member of Bruce Springsteen and the E Street Band, Stevie Van Zandt, together with his brother, writer Billy Van Zandt, are being honored in their birthplace of Middletown, New Jersey on Friday, April 26th, with a street dedication.

In collaboration with Middletown Township, the New Jersey Hall of Fame is dedicating Van Zandt Way as a memorial to the Van Zandt brothers, whose life stories will encourage future generations of New Jerseyans to pursue their dreams. At 11 a.m. local time, there will be a dedication ceremony with Brian Williams, a native of Middletown, Mayor Tony Perry, and a special guest speaker.

The achievements of residents of the Garden State fill almost every book about American history. They have never coexisted in one location, side by side, until now. The individuals we honor have triumphed over all challenges and impediments. In order to find a way to extraordinary greatness, the New Jersey Hall of Fame invites all and sundry to learn from and engage with these inspirational lives.

A brand-new, two and a half-hour documentary on Stevie will have its world premiere in June at the Tribeca Film Festival. “Stevie Van Zandt: Disciple” chronicles the singer, activist, and actor’s career from the Bada Bing Club to stadiums throughout the globe to the clubs of Asbury Park, New Jersey.

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