Bruce Hornsby Comes to Columbia Records With New Album, Halcyon Days
In Stores Tuesday, August 10
Three time Grammy-winner Bruce Hornsby has signed with Columbia Records, who will release the artist's ninth full-length album, Halcyon Days, on Tuesday, August 10.
Produced by Wayne Pooley (who first worked with Hornsby on 1993's Harbor Lights) and Bruce Hornsby, Halcyon Days debuts 11 new songs written by Hornsby: "Gonna Be Some Changes Made" (the album's first single), "Candy Mountain Run," "Dreamland," "Circus On The Moon," "Halcyon Days," "What The Hell Happened," "Hooray For Tom," "Heir Gordon," "Mirror On The Wall," "Song F," and "Lost In The Snow." Guest artists on Halcyon Days include Eric Clapton, Elton John, and Sting.
"It's an honor and a pleasure to welcome Bruce Hornsby to Columbia Records," said Will Botwin, President, Columbia Records Group. "This superlative musician and songwriter has created an extraordinary collection of sublime and electrifying sounds and compositions for Halcyon Days, his first Columbia Records album."
Bruce Hornsby struck RIAA gold -- and triple platinum! -- with his debut album, The Way It Is, recorded with his band, the Range. His debut generated three Top 20 hits, including its #1 title track, and earned Bruce Hornsby & the Range the Best New Artist Grammy for 1986. Hornsby took home his second Grammy in 1989 for Best Bluegrass Recording for "Valley Road" (from the Nitty Gritty Dirt Band's Will The Circle Be Unbroken, Volume II) and his third Grammy in 1993 for Best Pop Instrumental for "Barcelona Mona" (created with Branford Marsalis for the Barcelona Olympics).
His eight albums -- The Way It Is (1986), Scenes From The Southside (1988), A Night On The Town (1990), Harbor Lights (1993), Hot House (1995), 1998's double CD Spirit Trail, his double live collection Here Come The Noisemakers (2000), and Big Swing Face (2002)--have sold more than 10 million copies worldwide.
One of pop music's most in-demand "side" men, Bruce Hornsby has played on more than 100 records with artists ranging from Bob Dylan, Don Henley, and the Grateful Dead to Bob Seger, Bonnie Raitt, Bela Fleck, and Willie Nelson, among many others.
His songs have been performed and/or recorded by a variety of artists including Willie Nelson, Don Henley, Tupac Shakur, Bob Dylan, Chaka Khan, Robbie Robertson, Huey Lewis, Sara Evans, and Leon Russell.
Bruce Hornsby became a part-time member of the Grateful Dead from September 1990 to March 1992, performing with the group on more than 100 concerts in American and Europe.
Bruce Hornsby Summer Tour 2004 Itinerary 07/14/04 Saratoga, Ca Mountain Winery 07/15/04 Jacksonville, Or Britt Festival 07/29/04 Milwaukee, WI Pottawatomie Northern Lights Theater 07/30/04 Joliet, Il Rialto Square Theatre 07/31/04 St. Louis, Mo River Splash 08/02/04 Kansas City, Mo Uptown Theatre 08/04/04 Boulder, Co Chautauqua Park Auditorium 08/05/04 Denver, Co Denver Botanic Gardens 08/09/04 Cleveland Heights, OH Cain Park 08/11/04 Verona, NY Turning Stone Casino Resort 08/12/04 Hampton Beach, NH Hampton Beach Casino Ballroom 08/13/04 Hyannis, Ma Cape Cod Melody Tent 08/15/04 Windsor, Ct Summerwind 08/17/04 Lakewood, NJ Strand Theater 08/19/04 Vienna, VA Wolf Trap/Filene Center 08/20/04 Cary, NC Regency Park Amphitheater 08/21/04 Asheville, NC Biltmore Estate 08/23/04 N. Myrtle Bch, Sc House Of Blues 08/25/04 Atlanta, GA Chastain Park Amphitheater 08/26/04 Nashville, TN Ryman Auditorium 08/27/04 Memphis, TN Memphis Botanic Gardens For press materials online, please visit: www.sonymusic.com/b2b www.columbiarecords.com
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