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Bruce Springsteen and E Street Band: No tour in 2020?

Not so fast on a Bruce Springsteen and the E Street Band tour in 2020.

A band album and tour in 2020 seemed like a sure thing a few months ago, but now band members are making other plans for the year.

“Let’s just say I thought I was going to be busier than I am,” said Steven Van Zandt Feb. 12 on Sirius XM’s E Street Radio channel. “So at the moment, 2020 seems to have opened up.”

Van Zandt was replying to a question about his upcoming plans.

Max Weinberg is also making other plans for 2020.

“I continue to do my Jukebox shows, five, six times a month, so that’s what I plan plan to be doing,” said Weinberg recently to the USA Today Network. “I usually take January, February and March off … and I start playing up again April 1 this year and go right through to December, that’s what I plan to be doing.”

Max Weinberg’s hit Jukebox shows features Weinberg with members of the Asbury Park-based Weeklings performing classic tracks chosen by audience members.

A Bruce Springsteen and the E Street Band tour in 2020 seemed like a sure thing after Springsteen, on multiple occasions in 2019, suggested it was all but certain.

Max Weinberg and Bruce Springsteen perform onstage at Madison Square Garden on March 28, 2016 in New York City.

“I got to get the band together in the studio, which hopefully we’ll do before the year is out, and you start to make some music and we see what we have, and when we have something we look for places to play that music, and that’s how an E Street Band tour is put together,” said Springsteen to the USA Today Network last fall.

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