Sancious, David

David Sancious (born November 30, 1953, Asbury Park, NJ) is an American musician. He was the pianist in The E Street Band from June 22, 1973 until August 14, 1974, and contributed to the first three Springsteen albums, as well as the 1992 album Human Touch. Sancious is a multi-instrumentalist but is best known as a keyboard player and guitarist. He left the E Street Band form his own band, Tone, and released several albums. He was replaced by Roy Bittan. He subsequently became a popular session and touring musician, most notably for Stanley Clarke, Narada Michael Walden, Zucchero Fornaciari, Peter Gabriel, and Sting among many others. Sancious was also a member of some of Springsteen's early bands, including as a permanent member of The Bruce Springsteen Band. In April 2014, Sancious was inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame as a member of The E Street Band.

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


Performed 17 times, excluding those as a member of the bands below.

Performed 2 times as a member of The Friendly Enemies.

Performed 2 times as a member of Dr. Zoom & The Sonic Boom.

Performed 4 times as a member of The Red Hot Mammas.

Performed 3 times as a member of The Sundance Blues Band.

Performed 79 times as a member of The Bruce Springsteen Band.

Performed 202 times as a member of The E Street Band.


Not as a member The E Street Band: As a member of The E Street Band:

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