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Bruce Randall Hornsby (born November 23, 1954 in Williamsburg, Virginia) is an American singer, virtuoso pianist, accordion player, and songwriter. He is probably best known for his 1980s signature song "The Way It Is" and the top five hits "Mandolin Rain," and "The Valley Road", all recorded as Bruce Hornsby & The Range, and for his long association with the Grateful Dead. In some of his solo albums (from 1993) he moved in a… read more

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  • bruce, jim simon here . . . i shall meet you in AZ to clear up some loose ends
  • lt. why did you never learn that dickwads ridin' bikes ain't good for my bank account
  • Thank You!
  • Can I vomit? Look at the My Dick band cover song of this. THX!!!
  • Excelente!
  • I'm sorry, but this guy's got nothing to do with Steve Winwood other than that they were both big in the 80s–and that was only one phase of Winwood's career. I can only imagine the number of Hornsby fans who get more recent Latin-influenced, jazzy jams such as [track artist=Steve Winwood]Phoenix Rising[/track] on their Recommended Radio streams and wonder the same thing.
  • Worlds greatest dad - thats some fucked up story
  • That's just the way it is.
  • I heard him in "World's Greatest Dad". I really enjoy Mandolin Rain.
  • Great show in Omaha at Red Sky Festival. Thanks!

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