Postcards from Tossington

Alongside our other cover projects, we were tremendously proud to bring you Postcards from Tossington in May 2018.

The title comes from the name of Bruce’s home recording studio, Tossington Sound. If you’d like a more thorough clarification, then you’d better ask Bruce. Let’s say it’s based on some colourful English slang…!

It always amazes me how ready people are to contribute to these projects, although by now I’m starting to realise how talented you all are. Here are twenty of your finest, including a posthumous contribution from Rich Diakun, taken from our first release, Shadow Hands.

It’s an eclectic mix covering Bruce’s entire career – from the pre-Range days (“Let the Girls Rock”) to Rehab Reunion.

Something for everyone – visit Postcards from Tossington and get your free downloads!

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