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Bruce Hornsby Joins Jackson Browne In Richmond

Bruce Hornsby sat in with Jackson Browne on Tuesday night in Richmond, Virginia. Hornsby came out during the evening’s first set and reemerged again for the encore at the Altria Theater. Hornsby first appeared halfway through the first set to accompany Browne and his band on the title track...
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Jackson Browne Welcomes Bruce Hornsby on Stage in Richmond

Last night, Jackson Browne took his current tour to Richmond, Va., for a one-night stand at the Altria Theater. Midway through the first set, the musician welcomed legendary pianist Bruce Hornsby to the stage to assist on a tour debut of Browne’s 1993 title track, “I’m Alive.” Then, after delivering a second set filled with fan favorites, Hornsby joined on a set of songs during the evening’s first round of encores.
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Bruce Hornsby and The Noisemakers

Interlochen Center for the Arts, Kresge Auditorium. Since the title track of his debut album "The Way It Is" topped the charts on BBC Radio One, three-time Grammy Award winner Bruce Hornsby has sold 11 million albums. Join Hornsby & his current band, The Noisemakers, for an evening of classic hits that span rock, pop, bluegrass, & jazz.

Bruce Hornsby Announces November 2022 Solo Tour Dates

Pianist Bruce Hornsby confirmed details of three solo tour dates slated for November. The legendary musician will play concerts in Toronto, Boston and Newport News (Virginia). Bruce Hornsby, who recently released a new studio album entitled 'Flicted, will perform a home state show at Newport News, Virginia’s Ferguson Center For The Arts on November 4. Then, Hornsby crosses the border into Canada for a concert at Koerner Hall in Toronto on November 11. The pianist also confirmed An Evening With Bruce Hornsby at The Wilbur in Boston on November 20. Find ticketing information below:

Tuesday, 6/7: Bruce Hornsby -- 'Flicted

It’s the third in a trilogy of song collections mostly based on film music the pianist/singer/songwriter wrote for Spike Lee over the past few years. This one is a bit more on the upbeat side, despite a few of the songs relating to Covid, and the title track being about “this strange time in which we live, when the world is basically, well, ‘flicted!”

Bruce Hornsby Shares New Album, ”Flicted’, Along With Video For “Days Ahead” [Video, Stream]

‘Flicted, the latest album from keyboardist, singer, and songwriter Bruce Hornsby is out now via his own Zappo Productions/Thirty Tigers. The album was coproduced by Hornsby and Tony Berg and features contributions from Ezra Koenig (Vampire Weekend), Danielle Haim (Haim), Ethan Gruska, Z. Berg, Rob Moose (Mumford & Sons) and yMusic, as well as additional production work from Ariel Rechtshaid and Wayne Pooley.

Watch Bruce Hornsby and Danielle Haim’s New “Days Ahead” Video

Bruce Hornsby has enlisted Haim singer-guitarist Danielle Haim for a new song titled “Days Ahead.” The track comes with a music video that Hornsby directed and filmed himself during the pandemic. In the clip, 3D-printed characters can be seen rearranging furniture in a dollhouse, attempting to learn German, and pondering what to do next in their lives. Check that out below.

Review: A Man of Many Melodies, Bruce Hornsby Isn’t Conflicted By ‘Flicted’

Bruce Hornsby deserves more than an insignificant amount of credit. Over the course of his 36-year career, he’s never stopped evolving and switching genres, even when it means doing an about-face on the success he attained before. He could have easily built on the template established with his hit “The Way It Is” and the homegrown style that immediately followed, but chose instead to shift direction with Here Come the Noisemakers, an album that found him piercing his previous parameters and delving into jazz, jam band, and even some classical conceits. The University of Miami School of Music graduate has incorporated an even broader array of musical avenues ever since, keeping his fans and followers guessing, but still delighted at every turn.

Bruce Hornsby – “Days Ahead” (Feat. Danielle Haim)

Bruce Hornsby, the ’80s hitmaker and adventurously laid-back elder statesman, has a new album out in the world. After working with indie rockers like Bon Iver and the National in recent years, Hornsby recorded his new LP ‘Flicted with producer Ariel Rechtshaid and guitarist Blake Mills. We’ve already posted Hornsby’s Ezra Koenig collaboration “Sidelines” and his cover of Chuck Berry’s “Too Much Monkey Business.” Now, we also get to hear what happens when Bruce Hornsby and HAIM’s Danielle Haim team up.

Bruce Hornsby And Danielle Haim Team Up For The Optimistic ‘Days Ahead’

’80s star Bruce Hornsby has proved himself as an avid participant in the current indie-rock scene. In 2019, he gathered Bon Iver’s Justin Vernon, guitarist Blake Mills, British folk trio The Staves, and musician-producer Brad Cook for his album Absolute Zero. Today, Hornsby furthers his indie-rock involvement with the...