Tommy James Draggin’ The Line 2020 Spotify single features Steven VanZandt of Bruce Springsteen band

Tommy James, legendary star of Tommy James and the Shondells, drops a stellar remake of his hit, “Draggin The Line (2020 Version)”, featuring Emmy Award-winning rapper T.O.N.E-z and celebrated guitarist Steven van Zandt. Steven van Zandt is the beloved guitarist of Bruce Springsteen and The E-Street Band and fronts his own Little Steven and The Disciples of Soul.

Listen on Spotify at: Draggin’ the Line -2020 version\

The original “Draggin The Line” was a top 5 single in 1971. In 2019, James released Alive, his first album in ten years where he included the hip-hop-infused “Draggin’ The Line” (2020 Version). The album charted #10 on Billboard’s Independent Chart.

Tommy James has long been known as a music innovator and masterful writer and producer, revered for his cutting edge work on his multiple platinum hits including “Crimson & Clover,” Mony Mony,” and “Crystal Blue Persuasion.”

 

Although he was a huge hitmaker in the 70’s he has not slowed his roll. Tommy can be heard weekly on his SiriusXM 60s On 6 satellite radio show, and continues to tour the U.S., playing dozens of sold out shows annually. His critically acclaimed autobiography, Me The Mob and The Music, has a film version in the works with producer Barbara DeFina (Good Fellas, Casino).

 

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