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The Biltmore Estate in Asheville really is an anchor for this site’s visitors from across the globe, and has hosted many meet-ups in the past. This year was no different!
Another great show as the east coast leg of the summer tour kicks off in Lowell, MA. See some of you later on in the tour!
As you’ll see from the 2015 setlists, Bruce and the band are back on the road this summer. Here’s the first recording, from Seattle.
We have these great photos from Soldier Field on July 4, contributed by Kathy Hornsby. The middle one shows Bruce waiting to return to the stage during Space. Thanks, Kathy,
The latest in our Bruce and the Dead series features some picks from the Grateful Dead community.
This weekend sees the first of the Fare Thee Well/Dead 50 shows – celebrating 50 years of the Grateful Dead, and billed as their last ever shows. First up we
After a very successful 1990 tour, the Grateful Dead lost its longtime keyboard player Brent Mydland to a drug overdose. From September of the same year, Bruce Hornsby brought his piano
As always, Bobby Read contributes a killer solo on Sugaree. Debbie Henry features throughout. Bob Weir joins partway through Sugaree, and Phil Lesh from Truckin’. We’re marking Bruce’s participation in
Bruce’s shows in the tents in New England have always gone down a storm, and this one was no different. In keeping with the upcoming Fare Thee Well shows, this one
Pioneering saxophonist and composer Ornette Coleman passed today (June 11) at the age of 85.
It’s time for some ART – All Request Thursday! We opened up a discussion on the BRUUUCE.COMmunity Facebook group asking for requests for songs to download… and in true Noisemaker
We invited your requests on the new BRUUUCE.COMmunity Facebook group for a show to publish for download. Here’s a fine suggestion from Richard Hart…
Please feel free to e-mail Si with any additions or amendments to this list of Bruce Hornsby setlists in 2015. Thanks to all those who have contributed below! 04/05/15 Yavapai College Performing
Bruce’s 1995 release “Hot House” recently got the Bruuuce.com community treatment, as part of our project to rate every track on every record. You’re mainly ballad crowd, based on your
Our friend and long-time contributor Aaron Pritchett recently shared a story from his very first Bruce Hornsby meet-up, back in 1993.
We were recently asked about downloading the music files that we have available on this site, so that you can keep them and listen to them when you’re offline. You
Bruce’s “Essential” release from RCA is now out! It features tracks from every release (29 in all; 8 of them live) across two CDs. You can now order from Amazon for immediate release.
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Here’s a picture of an all star band jamming at President Clinton’s second inaugural ball in Washington, DC, January 1997, contributed by our long-time friends Beverly and Charlie. Beverly says: