Bruce Hornsby To Play 3 Diverse NYC Gigs

Bruce Hornsby has slated a trio of late-October New York performances in vastly different settings. Under the banner of “Three Nights on the Town,” the veteran artist will host an Oct. 26 jam session at famed jazz club the Blue Note, an Oct. 28 solo piano performance at Carnegie Hall’s Zankel Hall and a full band show the next night at Town Hall.

With a capacity of 200, the first show, dubbed “Jammin’ at the Blue Note,” promises to be the most intimate. While “special guests” are expected, it is unknown exactly who will fulfill that promise. The possibilities are exciting, seeing as Hornsby is a one-time touring member of the Grateful Dead and an artist who has shared stages with Bruce Springsteen, Chick Corea and Ricky Skaggs, among many others.

Add to that Hornsby’s latest album, “Halcyon Days,” which boasts guest appearances by Eric Clapton, Sting and Elton John. Bumped one week to Tuesday (Aug. 17), the set will be Hornsby’s first for Columbia after a career spent with RCA.


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