Upcoming Shows

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    Orland Park


    Orland Park
    Chicago, Illinois

What People Say About Us

A unique five-piece back up ensemble delivered the perfect E-Street Band sound and stood proudly behind and with Sault Ste. Marie’s Serge Tremblay. Tremblay has more than a passing resemblance to Bruce Springsteen. It is so close that the audience spontaneously chanted, “Bruuuuce,” between songs, a tradition at actual Springsteen events….
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What We Say About Us

A unique six-piece ensemble, Glory Days is a tribute to an American musical icon — perhaps one of the greatest rock singers/songwriters of our time — Bruce Springsteen. This band’s lineup is exclusively composed of experienced concert musicians able to recreate some of the classic songs and performances that were, and still are, Springsteen’s trademark. This is without a doubt one of the best touring acts, one that has a Springsteen look-alike fronting the band. Add phenomenal musicianship and an infectious on-stage enthusiasm and you get the perfect recipe for an unforgettable night of pure passion and energy.

Glory Days is not content to just play the songs, they also manage to recreate an authentic Springsteen “experience” by adding the little details that put Springsteen shows and songs in a category all their own.

Glory Days will give you an arena rock-show experience unlike any other, also hoping that a younger generation will be exposed to the most influential rock music and poetry of our time.

Glory Days is not just a combination of talented musicians, it’s also a combination of Springsteen hardcore fans. It’s a family; six individuals dedicated to recreating what Bruce gave and still gives us; not just his music, but his feelings as well: joy and sadness, tears and laughter —but before all, a sincere honesty.

As Dave Marsh wrote in his 2005 book Bruce Springsteen on Tour Bruce Springsteen isn’t a noun, it’s a verb”. Bruuuuuuuuuce!