Debbie Henry

Bruce’s first album without the Range is “Harbor Lights”, although still featuring John Molo throughout. Bass player Jimmy Haslip hooks up for the same record, and for a tour across North America and Europe. Laura Creamer is still around to provide backing vocals, to be joined for the first time by Debbie Henry.

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