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With Musical Range and Noisemaking, Bruce Hornsby Takes San Francisco

The uncle of melodious heartland rock, Bruce Hornsby gets his cues from San Francisco fans at a sold-out gig at the venerable Palace of Fine Arts.

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'Grateful Dead View from the Vault I and II' Reveals Some Early '90s Treats

The '90s may not have marked the Grateful Dead's creative peak, but these two DVDs, from 1990 and 1991, show that the group's continued popularity was justified.

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Bruce Hornsby: Soundtrack to 'Red Hook Summer'

This might not be your typical Bruce Hornsby release, but this for-true-fans-only collection certainly has its high points.

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Telluride Bluegrass Festival: 23 June 2012 (Day 3)

Mandolin Wars, Fire on the Mountain, Levon Love, and John Fogerty: Telluride Brings the Heat.

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Fanfarlo: Rooms Filled With Light

Rooms Filled With Light could have very easily fallen into the sophomore slump category. It had all the trappings of a pre-destined failure, but Fanfarlo somehow guides it all into an enjoyable, 80's-driven art-pop LP.

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Jack DeJohnette: Sound Travels

Jack DeJohnette has done it all. Time for him to have a little fun.

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Bruce Hornsby: Camp Meeting

The pop pianist makes an honest-to-goodness jazz album. And it's honest-to-goodness good.

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