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Gibb Droll

Gibb Droll and Ross  Holmes (the latter formerly of Mumford and Sons) joined the band, with Doug Derryberry and Bobby Read departing. From 2014, the Noisemakers were: Bruce Hornsby Ross

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Ross Holmes

Ross (formerly of Mumford and Sons) and Gibb Droll joined the band, with Doug Derryberry and Bobby Read departing. From 2014, the Noisemakers were: Bruce Hornsby Ross Holmes Sonny Emory

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John Molo

The popular drummer played with Bruce for over twenty years in total, through until Spirit Trail. He has continued to play with such luminaries as The Other Ones, Phil Lesh

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Joe Puerta

As well as being in at the start with the Range, Joe also co-founded Ambrosia. His tenure with Bruce lasted for the first three records – all of the Range’s

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George Marinelli

George was a founder member of the Range at the very beginning, and now has his own studio in Tennessee. He tours the world with Bonnie Raitt’s band.

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Land Richards

Land in the band (sorry) for the early part of 1998, and has since returned for guest appearances.

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Michael Baker

Michael took over from Land Richards’ brief stint in 1998, staying for a year and taking in the famous Yoshi’s run in ’98.

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John D’earth

John D’earth plays trumpet for the first time in ’92, as does Bobby Read on various horns!

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Bobby Read

John D’earth plays trumpet for the first time in ’92, as does Bobby Read on various horns!

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Peter Harris

David Mansfield leaves in 1987, to be replaced by Peter Harris, another bass and mandolin player. David would return to guest on “Night on the Town” and “Spirit Trail”.

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Sonny Emory

Bonny Bonaparte leaves the band midway through recording Big Swing Face, and is replaced by the temporary return of Michael Baker. Long term, though, the replacement is Earth, Wind and

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R.S.Hornsby

R.S. Hornsby (Bruce’s nephew) and Steve Kimock sit in with the band for some extensive touring in 2000. R.S. became a regular guest and highlight through until 2008.

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Bonnie Raphael Bonaparte

On the very last day of the millennium, Bonnie Raphael Bonaparte takes the drums to play the Millennium Bash in Williamsburg, VA. He replaces Michael Baker, who moves on to

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Doug Derryberry

Bruce’s full-time guitar player emerges in 1998 – Doug Derryberry. After twenty years of playing with Bruce, John Molo departs, to be replaced briefly by Land Richards, and then Michael

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John "J.T." Thomas

“The band is joined by a second keyboard player – John “J.T.” Thomas, former keyboard technician for Don Henley.

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J.V.Collier

JV Collier signs on in ’94, with Bruce’s band taking shape as: Bruce Hornsby John Molo (drums) JV Collier and Jimmy Haslip (sharing the bass) John D’earth (trumpet) Bobby Read

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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

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Shaun Murphy, Laura Creamer

By 1990, Shaun Murphy (now of Little Feat) and Laura Creamer were providing background vocals. Laura has since gone on to back Kid Rock!

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David Mansfield

David Mansfield was a Range member from 1986 to 1988, although would return to guest on “Night on the Town” and “Spirit Trail”.