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MUSIC - TOP 40
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BRUCE HORNSBY
BRUCE SPRINGSTEEN
BRYAN ADAMS (ROCK)
CARLY SIMON
CHARLIE
CHARLIE SEXTON
CHEAP TRICK (ROCK)
CHICAGO
CHRIS DE BURGH
CHRIS ISAAK
CHRISTOPHER CROSS
CHURCH, THE
CLASH, THE
CLIMAX BLUES BAND
COREY HART (ROCK)
CROWED HOUSE
CULTURE CLUB
CURE, THE
CUTTING CREW
CYNDI LAUPER
DAN FOLGERBERG
DAN HARTMAN
DANNY WILSON
DAZZ BAND
DEAD MILKMEN, THE
DEBBIE GIBSON
DEL FUEGOS, THE
DEPECHE MODE

Bruce Hornsby - Top 40
 

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Bruce Randall Hornsby grew up in Williamsburg, Virginia and studied music in college.  Hornsby played guitar in his brother's band for a time, and after graduating from college (1977) and playing in local bars for a time, Bruce and his younger brother John decided to move to Los Angeles, where they spent a few years writing for 20th Century Fox.  After gigs as a session musician and a stint with Sheena Easton, Bruce moved back home to Virginia.

In 1984, Hornsby formed the band Bruce Hornsby and the Range.  The band landed a recording contract with RCA, and the album The Way It Is was released in 1986.  Many of you will remember the title track from this album, which was American Civil Rights inspired song that topped the charts.  Other songs that charted from this album where "Mandolin Rain" and "Every Little Kiss".  The band won a Grammy in 1987 for Best New Artist.  In 1988, the band released Scenes from the Southside.  Songs that charted from this release included "The Valley Road", "Defenders of the Flag", and "Look Out Any Window".  Another song you may remember is "Across the River" from the band's 1990 release, A Night on the Town.  This album had more of a rock and bluegrass jazz feel that previous albums.

As the years went on, Hornsby began branching out.  Not only was he a regular with the band The Grateful Dead, but he also began working as a sideman and producer for other groups, such as Don Henley, Bob Dylan, Stevie Nicks, and Bonnie Raitt.  In the 1990's, Hornsby produced as a solo artist.  His later releases have been eclectic at times.  In addition to solo work, Hornsby released new material with a band called The Noise Makers, and in 2007, he joined forces with Ricky Skaggs on a bluegrass project.  At the time of this writing, Hornsby was still active.  The Bruce Hornsby Discography is as follows:

  • 1986: The Way It Is
  • 1987: The Way It Is Tour (1986-1987)
  • 1988: Scenes From the Southside
  • 1990: A Night on the Town
  • 1993: Harbor Lights
  • 1995: Hot House
  • 1998: Spirit Trail
  • 2000: Here Come the Noise Makers (The Noise Makers)
  • 2002: Big Swing Face (The Noise Makers)
  • 2004: Halcyon Days
  • 2004: Greatest Radio Hits
  • 2005: Piano Jazz, Marian McPartland/Bruce Hornsby
  • 2006: Intersections (1985-2005)
  • 2007: Ricky Skaggs & Bruce Hornsby
  • 2009: Levitate
  • 2011: Bride of the Noisemakers (The Noise Makers)
  • 1986
    The Way It Is
    Bruce Hornsby The Way It Is

    THE WAY IT IS:
    [starts] Standing in line marking time, Waiting for the welfare dime, 'Cause they can't find a job [etc]
    [chorus] That's just the way it is, Some things will never change, That's just the way it is, Aw, but don't you believe them [etc]

    1988
    Scenes . . .Southside
    Bruce Hornsby Scenes from the Southside

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