Tellone, Albee

Albee Tellone (aka Albany Al) (born January 20, 1951, Newark, NJ) was a member of The Friendly Enemies / Dr. Zoom & The Sonic Boom, one of Springsteen's early bands. He participated in the recording sessions for The Wild, The Innocent & The E Street Shuffle, contributing baritone saxophone to "The E Street Shuffle". He was the Road Manager for the band during the Wild & Innocent Tour, and regularly joined the band on stage for live performances of "The E Street Shuffle" during the late 1973.

Source: Statham, "Springsteen: Saint in the City: 1949–1974"


With Bruce Springsteen live for an Audience, including Public rehearsals!


Performed 8 times live with Bruce Springsteen, excluding those as a member of the bands below.

Performed 2 times live with Bruce Springsteen as a member of The Friendly Enemies.

Performed 2 times live with Bruce Springsteen as a member of Dr. Zoom & The Sonic Boom.


As a member (or not) of any of the band above:

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