Bruce Hornsby And The Noisemakers Tickets
During his career, Hornsby has worked along with quite few bands. Initially he worked with Bruce Hornsby and the Range, but quite recently he has been performing live as Bruce Hornsby and the Noisemakers. In addition to his live act, he also performs with his jazz band The Bruce Hornsby Trio, as well as with Ricky Skaggs on his bluegrass side project. Moreover, Hornsby has also played with other acts and musicians as a guest musician. Bruce Hornsby was born to Robert Stanley Hornsby, who was a former musician himself, but worked as a real estate developer. He was raised as a Christian Scientist, a fact that has been huge influence on his music as well. Hornsby had a knack for music from his early ages, and after he graduated from his High School, he decided to further excel in music and studied music at University of Richmond. In addition, he also studied music from Berklee College of Music and University of Miami. After graduating from University of Miami in 1977, Bruce started performing in local pubs and clubs in Williamsburg. In 1980, Hornsby made coalition with his younger brother John Hornsby and started writing songs. The brothers then moved to Los Angeles, where they ended up writing songs for 20th Century Fox for the coming three years. Hornsby has his first crack at the mainstream popularity, after he formed Hornsby and the Range in 1984. Almost two years later, in 1986, he along with his band released a single titled The Way It Is that went on to become the biggest hit of his entire career so far. The single topped all the major American singles charts, and exposed Hornsby’s music to a much more larger chunk of listeners. The release of the single was followed by the release of an album by the same name, which also went on to receive massive commercial success. Hornsby played with the Ranger until it disbanded in 1991. After disbanding the band, he started playing with the Grateful Dead and became their permanent part time band member. He played with the band at over hundred gigs and played piano and accordion. After exploring his musical side a bit more during his solo years, Hornsby formed his present touring band, The Noisemakers, in 1998. After the formation, the band started performing consistently at the Yoshi’s Jazz Club, with a couple of other locations as well. During that time, Hornsby’s live performances evolved to a great extent, he started preferring the element of spontaneity in his live performances. Later he also avoided having a pre-planned set list for the show, and just preferred going with the flow. With the Noisemakers, Hornsby has released a total of four studio albums, the most recent of which came in 2009. Bruce Hornsby and the Noisemakers’ original catch is their live performances, so if you’re looking for complete creativity and originality out of a live performances then Bruce Hornsby and the Noisemakers tickets are just for you.