Almost three decades after launching one of contemporary music’s most diverse careers, Bruce Hornsby still makes joyful noise by tapping into a variety of genres, including pop, jazz, bluegrass, country, and modern classical. Known for his instantly identifiable sound, Hornsby is a songwriter at heart, committed to portraying his songs in changing ways that allow them to expand organically. Fans would expect nothing less from a musician who has pushed his artistic limits over the years, collaborating with the likes of Ricky Skaggs, the Grateful Dead, Bob Dylan, Spike Lee, and many more.
Nothing better illustrates this collaborative spirit than Hornsby’s communion with his longtime band, the Noisemakers, a powerhouse ensemble with impressive musical chops. The Noisemakers are comprised of JV Collier on bass, JT Thomas on keyboards, Gibb Droll on guitar, Ross Holmes on fiddle, and Moyes Lucas on drums.