Release of 12" single: 'A' side - "No More Parties" (Funky Party 12" Mix), with 'B' side - "Bitter Fruit" (sometimes known as "Fruit Amarga"); both from the "Freedom - No Compromise" album, credited to Little Steven and the Disciples of Soul.
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Little Steven | 'Miami' Steve Van Zandt | Little Steven Van Zandt | Stevie Van Zandt
5' 7" (1.7 m)
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[on auditioning for 'The Sopranos'] So David [Chase] goes, 'Sorry - any other part you want, you can have it'. I said, 'You know what, now that I think about it, I feel kind of bad taking another actor's part here. I'm a guitar player. These guys, they go to school, they go Off Broadway, they work for 5, 10 years honing their craft and being waiters and whatever'. He says, 'All right. I tell you ...
Introduced as the Minister of Faith and Friendship, keeper of all that is righteous in the E-Street Band and star of The Sopranos
(1999) television show, "Little" Steven Van Zandt on the "Live in New York" album with Bruce Springsteen
& The E Street Band.
Known for wearing a bandana on his head
Little Steven or Miami Steve