Armed with a piano and his distinct voice, pop rocker Bruce Hornsby became a Grammy winner and double-platinum selling artist with songs like 'The Way It Is' Known for the spontaneity and creativity of his live performances, Hornsby draws frequently from Popular Classical music, Jazz, Folk, Rhythm & Blues, Rock, Blues, and Jam Band musical traditions, while seamlessly blending and improvising. He also collaborated with the Grateful Dead and was a part time member of the band during the early nineties. For this October 1995 concert, filmed at the Manhattan Center in New York, Hornsby is joined on stage by such special-guests as Bonnie Raitt, Pat Metheny, Bob Weir (Grateful Dead), and Don Henley (The Eagles). The set list includes 'The End of the Innocence' a tune co-penned by Hornsby and Henley, which became a massive hit for Henley. Track Listing:01. Program Intro,02. Spider Fingers, 03. Talk of the Town, 04. The End of the Innocence, 05. Walk in the Sun, 06. White Wheeled Limousine, 07. Mandolin Rain, 08. Jack Straw, 09. Rainbow's Cadillac, 10. The Valley Road, 11. Cruise Control, 12. Credits. Recorded live at the Manhattan Center, New York, October 27, 1995 With Special Guests:Don Henley, Bonnie Raitt, Pat Metheny, Bob Weir & Gregory Hines Musicians: John Molo: drums, J.V. Collier: bass, Bobby Read: tenor sax, John Thomas: keyboards, John D earth: trumpet Debbie Henry: backing vocals, Dave Hollister: background vocals.
Release Date: 14 November 2011