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Searching for Bruce Hornsby tickets? You’ll find them here on StubHub. Since this accomplished musician, composer and pianist burst onto the scene back in the mid-1980s, he has been making waves with his diverse musical talent that has seen him collaborate with some of the world’s greatest musicians. He has had several Grammy wins, including Best New Artist, Best Bluegrass Recording and Best Pop Instrumental, and his music has been featured at some of the world’s most prestigious events, including the 1992 Games in Barcelona. He has joined forces with some of the world’s top musicians, including the likes of Bob Dylan, Willie Nelson, Crosby, Justin Vernon (of Bon Iver), The Killers’ Brandon Flowers, Elton John, Eric Clapton, Tupac Shakur, Chaka Khan and Stills and Nash – to name just a few! While his solo musical styles have touched on several different genres, including jazz, blues, soul and pop, he is perhaps best known for his collaboration with Grateful Dead, when, after opening for them in the late 1980s, he was asked to play for them after the death of their keyboardist, Brent Mydland. He appears on several Grateful Dead albums, including Infrared Roses and View From The Vault II.
Born in Williamsburg, Virginia, he studied at the University of Miami, and the Berklee School of Music. He followed his studies by performing in bars and sending his demos to record companies. By 1980, he had moved to LA with his brother (and fellow musician and collaborator), John Hornsby. They spent several years writing music for 20th Century Fox before getting signed to RCA with his band, the Range in 1985. Their debut album, The Way It Is featured three top 20 hits and the album was so popular, it sold two million copies and stayed in the charts for around 18 months. Hornsby & the Range won the 1986 Best New Artist Grammy Award. A string of hit albums both as a solo artist and as a member of Grateful Dead have sealed his international reputation and in 2015, he played once again with the Grateful Dead to mark their 50thanniversary. Whether you see him playing solo or performing with other musicians, if you’re a fan of his music, make sure you catch him playing live. Search for, buy and sell your Bruce Hornsby tickets here on StubHub.
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