Steven Van Zandt has lived a million lives. In the early seventies he was a mainstay on the Jersey Shore club circuit, where his penchant for wearing Hawaiian shirts, even in the dead of winter, earned him the nickname “Miami Steve.”

He was then recruited by an old friend, Bruce Springsteen, to play guitar in his backing band and help them cut an album. That album happened to be Born to Run and it was the start of a long and legendary partnership.

His new brand of pre-roll joints, Little Steven’s Underground Apothecary, sends a little touch to NORML with every sale.

In 1985, he assembled an all-star lineup that included Bob Dylan, Miles Davis, Lou Reed, Keith Richards and more for an apartheid protest album called Sun City.

Musician, actor,…

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