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Big Swing Face (album)

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It’s fair to say that this record caused the biggest stir amongst fans. Opinion was greatly divided, such was the departure from anything Bruce had

Bride of the Noisemakers

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Released: May 2 2011. Over a decade in the making, this is the follow-up to the widely acclaimed Here Come the Noisemakers. Another double CD

Camp Meeting (album)

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Released: August 7 2007. If you were like me and thought that jazz was an elitist form of entertainment, and that “perfect pitch” was throwing

Cluck Ol Hen

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Bruce’s second release with Ricky Skaggs, this time taken from live performances in 2008.

Halcyon Days (album)

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The invasion of the Brits! Bruce is joined by Elton John, Eric Clapton and Sting. This was Bruce’s sole release under the Columbia label.

Harbor Lights (album)

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Bruce’s debut record with a solo credit. His band at this point is effectively a trio with guests, with John Molo on drums and the

Here Come the Noisemakers

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Another double album, this is the first commercially released live record, with performances from 1998 to 2000, and songs spanning Bruce’s entire career, with some

Hot House

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Bruce recreates the live atmosphere in the studio, along with Chaka Khan, Pat Metheny, Levi Little, David Hollister, and with his last recorded material, Jerry

Levitate (album)

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Bruce’s first record credited to the Noisemakers, and from your votes in our polls, it’s looking like a favourite… Released: September 15 2009

Rehab Reunion (album)

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An album of firsts – all dulcimer, no piano, and debut studio appearances for Ross Holmes, Gibb Droll and Moyes Lucas (although technically Moyes’ washboard on Valley

Skaggs/Hornsby

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Listen to a Bruce Hornsby concert as far back as 2002, and there’s a chance you’ll hear some of what led to this record. Bruce

Spirit Trail

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A double-album covering 90 minutes, this time with Bruce carrying the ball, rather than utilising a number of guests. Released: October 13 1998 Chart: #148 US