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  Bruce Hornsby: Home
Bruce's long-time assistant, Melissa, may have left our office, but she's never far from the heart of Hornsbyworld.
Bruce, Christian and Jack at the J and R Music world event in NYC on August 25 - click here.
Bluegrass veteran Ricky Skaggs and pianist Bruce Hornsby have joined forces for an eponymous collaborative album that was released March 20 (more...
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  Bruce Hornsby - Biography - AOL Music
Hornsby was born in Williamsburg, VA, and grew up in that combination college town and tourist center, later attending the University of Miami and the Berklee School of Music.
Hornsby's third album, A Night on the Town (1990), found him trying to break out of his signature sound into other areas.
Hornsby worked extensively as a producer and sideman in the early '90s, notably doing temporary duty in the Grateful Dead after their keyboardist, Brent Mydland, died in July 1990, and producing a comeback album for Leon Russell, an idol of Hornsby's.
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 Against the Grain: An Interview with Bruce Hornsby
Mention Bruce Hornsby, and most folks will recognize the name of the gifted pianist and songwriter, while rattling off a few of his hit songs from the latter part of the ’80s.
As good as his albums were, however, none of them seemed to capture the many faces of Bruce Hornsby or the magic of one of his concerts, and he always seemed to have more to say than he could possibly fit within the boundaries of a studio album.
Hornsby is currently making plans to record an entire album of bluegrass material with Ricky Skaggs, and he already has begun writing songs for his next studio release, which is due sometime next year.
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 Amazon.com: The Way It Is: Music: Bruce Hornsby & The Range   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Bruce Hornsby is now best known for his stints playing keyboards with the Grateful Dead and for his involvement in such post-Dead projects as the Further Festival.
Bruce Hornsby exploded onto the pop music scene from out of nowhere with 1986's "The Way it Is." Fittingly, since he had a great sound and was capable of writing songs with strong melodic hooks.
Bruce Hornsby had a fresh sound that was unlike anything else on the radio at the time & his sound was kind of a cross between pop, rock, folk, bluegrass & country.
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  Bruce Hornsby at AllExperts
Bruce Randall Hornsby (born November 23, 1954 in Williamsburg, Virginia) is an American singer, virtuoso pianist, accordion player, and songwriter, best known for his 1980s signature song "The Way It Is", the top five hits "Mandolin Rain" and "The Valley Road", and for being an irregular member of the Grateful Dead.
Bruce Hornsby is a distant relative of baseball great Rogers Hornsby, and in later years would sometimes perform with a bust of the player on his piano.
Hornsby has also taken an ownership interest in Williamsburg area radio station "The Tide", WTYD 92.3 FM, so that (he said) his music could be heard on the radio in his hometown.
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 Bruce Hornsby: Biography
Bruce Hornsby struck RIAA gold--and triple platinum!--with his debut album, The Way It Is, recorded with his band, the Range.
Hornsby took home his second Grammy in 1989 for Best Bluegrass Recording for "Valley Road" (from the Nitty Gritty Dirt Band's Will The Circle Be Unbroken, Volume II) and his third Grammy in 1993 for Best Pop Instrumental for "Barcelona Mona" (created with Branford Marsalis for the Barcelona Olympics).
Bruce Hornsby became a part-time member of the Grateful Dead and, from September 1990 to March 1992, performed with the group on more than 100 concerts in America and Europe.
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 Bruce Hornsby - Leading Authorities Speakers Bureau
Bruce Hornsby struck RIAA gold--and triple platinum!--with his debut album, The Way It Is, recorded with his band, the Range.
Hornsby took home his second Grammy in 1989 for Best Bluegrass Recording for "Valley Road" (from the Nitty Gritty Dirt Band's Will The Circle Be Unbroken, Volume II) and his third Grammy in 1993 for Best Pop Instrumental for "Barcelona Mona" (created with Branford Marsalis for the Barcelona Olympics).
Bruce Hornsby became a part-time member of the Grateful Dead and, from September 1990 to March 1992, performed with the group on more than 100 concerts in America and Europe.
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Bruce Hornsby was born in Williamsburg, VA, and grew up in that combination college town and tourist center, later attending the University of Miami and the Berklee School of Music.
Bruce Hornsby's third album, A Night on the Town (1990), found him trying to break out of his signature sound into other areas.
Bruce Hornsby worked extensively as a producer and sideman in the early '90s, notably doing temporary duty in the Grateful Dead after their keyboardist, Brent Mydland, died in July 1990, and producing a comeback album for Leon Russell, an idol of Bruce Hornsby's.
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 Amazon.com: Halcyon Days: Music: Bruce Hornsby   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Bruce Hornsby fans have their reasons for feeling defensive these days: Despite the stylistic virtuosity and his former gig as a Dead sideman, as a piano-playing, adult-aimed popster he's in danger of being lumped in with Norah Jones and her drowsy disciples.
Sting pitches in on vocals, his voice at times blending with Hornsby's to take on a regular-guy likeability absent in his recent work, and backing the two up on guitar is Eric Clapton, who picks up the at-ease vibe and veers it in a Hornsby-eque, no-showoffs direction.
I was at odds with Bruce over that CD at first, but the more I listened, the more I saw his playfulness (he shows that a great deal in concerts, as well), his execution, his need to push the envelope.
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 SignOnSanDiego.com > News > Features -- Bruce Hornsby returns with new album, old friends
NEW YORK – Back in the 1980s, when Bruce Hornsby couldn't flip on the radio without hearing one of his tunes, the singer-songwriter failed to impress one listener: himself.
Hornsby is smart and funny in conversation, as likely to ruminate about roundball as recording – and quick to recount the time he defeated a teenage Allen Iverson in a game of one-on-one in their native Virginia.
Hornsby, married with twin 12-year-old boys, drew from his family in writing much of the new material.
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Bruce Hornsby, singer, songwriter and piano extraordinairre rocked the house last night at Equifax's party at the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art during the DMA06 conference.
Hornsby's 'Intersections' Boxed With DVD Katie Hasty, N.Y. Bruce Hornsby's career to date will be represented with the four-disc, 53-track boxed set "Intersections," which is due July 25 via RCA/Legacy.
Bruce Hornsby's career to date will be represented with the four-disc, 53-track boxed set "Intersections," which is due July 25 via RCA/Legacy.
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 Bruce Hornsby   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Bruce Randall Hornsby (born 23 November 1954 in Williamsburg, Virginia) is an American singer, pianist, accordian player, and songwriter.
Hornsby wanted to experiment and did so by dropping the piano almost completely from the album and replacing it with synthesizers and drum beats.
Bruce Hornsby is a distant relative of baseball great Rogers Hornsby and sometimes performs with a bust of the player on his piano.
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 Bruce Hornsby Tickets - Bruce Hornsby Concert Tickets
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 Bruce Hornsby - Virgin Radio
Bruce Randall Hornsby (born November 23, 1954 in Williamsburg, Virginia) is an American singer, pianist, accordion player, and songwriter.
Hornsby's recordings have been recognized on a number of occasions with industry awards, including the Best New Artist Grammy for 1986 with Bruce Hornsby and the Range, the Best Bluegrass Recording Grammy in 1989, and the Best Pop Instrumental Grammy in 1993.
Hornsby has also achieved recognition for his solo albums and performances, his current live act Bruce Hornsby & the Noise Makers, his bluegrass project with Ricky Skaggs, his jazz act The Bruce Hornsby Trio, and his appearances as a session- and guest-musician.
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 Official Ticketmaster site. Bruce Hornsby tickets, concerts and tour dates
Hornsby was born in Williamsburg, VA, and grew up in that combination college town and tourist center, later attending the University of Miami and the Berklee School of Music.
Hornsby's third album, A Night on the Town (1990), found him trying to break out of his signature sound into other areas.
Hornsby worked extensively as a producer and sideman in the early '90s, notably doing temporary duty in the Grateful Dead after their keyboardist, Brent Mydland, died in July 1990, and producing a comeback album for Leon Russell, an idol of Hornsby's.
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 NPR Music: Bruce Hornsby, Mixing Pop and Improvisation
Grammy Award-winning singer-songwriter Bruce Hornsby and his band perform live at NPR.
Hear a full concert of Bruce Hornsby playing solo at last May's Gilmore International Keyboard Festival.
Hornsby performs songs that span a 20-year career in a live appearance at NPR.
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 Grateful Dead Family Discography: Bruce Hornsby Discography
Bruce Hornsby joined the Grateful Dead as a temporary band member in 1990 and performed in the majority of shows until March 1992.
From 2005 onward a series of 2 and 3 CD sets of recordings of Bruce Hornsby shows was distributed online as CDs or downloads at Bruce Hornsby live recordings.
Bruce Hornsby Live: November 20, 2004, Portland, OR, Bruce Hornsby, 2005
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 Entertainment Ave! The Concert Hall - Bruce Hornsby - May 10, 1996 - The Vic Theater - Chicago, IL.
Bruce brought his delicate piano sound to rock-n-radio back in 1986, but has since moved on to a jazzier/improvisational sound.
Bruce began the show at a quarter to 9 with the title track off his latest release, "Hot House Ball." This was enough to get the anxious crowd going.
Bruce then mentioned that he did take requests and walked over and picked up a large stack of papers tossed on the stage.
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 Bruce Hornsby Tickets, Bruce Hornsby Concert Tickets at StubHub!
Bruce Hornsby concert tickets are available, and this multi-talented star has been mesmerizing crowds with his ability to play the piano, the accordion, and to sing with the best of them.
Hornsby is also a noted songwriter, so any time you use Bruce Hornsby tickets, you never know what you're going to get.
Hornsby was born on November 23, 1954 in Williamsburg, Virginia.
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 Bruce Hornsby
Bruce Hornsby is certainly an artist who requires no introduction.
Bruce put so much of himself into this box set that it makes it truly a must-have collection for lovers of his music.
Bruce was sitting at the piano playing when mandolin wizard Chris Thiele from Nickel Creek jumped onstage.
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 Bruce Hornsby Tickets - Cheap Bruce Hornsby Concert Shows Tickets At Onlineseats   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Bruce Randall Hornsby (born November 23, 1954 in Williamsburg, Virginia) is an American singer, pianist, accordian player, and songwriter, best known for his signature song "The Way It Is".
In 1984 he formed Bruce Hornsby and the Range, who were signed to RCA Records in 1985.
Hornsby wanted to experiment and did so by dropping the piano almost completely and replacing it with synthesizers and drum beats and loops, combined with lyrics that seemed more eccentric and humourous.
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 Bruce Hornsby
Bruce Hornsby notes that when he's been playing his eighth album, ``Big Swing Face,'' for people, the general reaction is ``Who the hell is this?''
Hornsby and David Bendeth decided to put the other album on hold -- Hornsby plans to finish it in the near future -- and follow this new path that Hornsby acknowledges was both exciting and daunting.
Hill's contribution is indicative of the lyrical course Hornsby took with much of ``Big Swing Face,'' a down-home approach informed by the vernacular he was exposed to as a teenager.
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