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Bruce Hornsby is an American singer, virtuoso pianist, accordion player, and songwriter. He is best known for his 1980s signature song, "The Way It Is," and songs "Mandolin Rain" and "The Valley Road."

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Thu, 29 Jun 2017 8:30 PM
Bruce Hornsby 
and the Noisemakers
Knuckleheads Saloon
Kansas City, MO
Knuckleheads Saloon Kansas City, MO
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Mon, 3 Jul 2017 8:00 PM
Bruce Hornsby  Vilar Performing Arts Center
Avon, CO
Vilar Performing Arts Center Avon, CO
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Thu, 6 Jul 2017 7:30 PM
Bruce Hornsby 
and the Noisemakers
Celebrity Theatre
Phoenix, AZ
Celebrity Theatre Phoenix, AZ
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Fri, 7 Jul 2017 7:30 PM
Bruce Hornsby 
and the Noisemakers
Brooklyn Bowl Las Vegas at The LINQ
Las Vegas, NV
Brooklyn Bowl Las Vegas at The LINQ Las Vegas, NV
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Hornsby's recording career started with the biggest hit he would ever have. With a propulsive yet contemplative piano riff and the refrain, That's just the way it is, some things will never change, the song was both catchy and reflective of the American Civil Rights movement, and it topped the American music charts in 1986. In years to come, the song would be sampled by at least six rap artists, including Tupac Shakur and Mase.

In 1988, Hornsby first appeared on stage with The Grateful Dead. This collaboration would continue on an irregular basis until the Dead ended in 1995; in all he made over 100 appearances with them. In 1989 Hornsby co-wrote and played piano on Don Henley's big hit "The End of the Innocence". In 1991 Hornsby played piano on Bonnie Raitt's popular hit "I Can't Make You Love Me". Hornsby would feature both these songs in his own concerts.

In 2004, after 19 successful years on RCA Records, Hornsby returned to a more acoustic, piano-driven sound on his Columbia Records debut Halcyon Days. Guests included Sting, Elton John and Eric Clapton. With no signs of slowing down yet, Bruce Hornsby remains a musician more concerned with his devoted fan base and his own growth as an artist than with commercial success.

In addition to those mentioned above, Hornsby has worked with many other artists over the years, including Squeeze, Warren Zevon, Chaka Khan, Stevie Nicks and Bela Fleck to name just a few. He continues to work with Dead-related projects, such as Bob Weir's Ratdog and The Other Ones, and in 2005 participated in a tribute concert to Jerry Garcia.