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  • 6/21/2012 Saturday evening the Pipestone Performing Arts Center was nearly standing room only for the smooth sounds of Nat King Cole as performed by Maurice Jacox during the presentation of “Straighten Up and Fly Right! An unforgettable tribute to Nat King Cole.” Read More »
  • 11/21/2011 "Bruce Henry is even mellower than Nat King Cole"   --The London Financial Times Read More »
  • 11/19/2011 “Jim was a pleasure to work with, he spent time up front asking what we were looking for and delivered on it.  Our guests truly enjoyed the live music, but didn’t feel it impeded on the social aspect of the party.  Thanks!" Michael Sather, 40th Birthday Party for Leigha Sather Engagement Date: August 13, 2011 Read More »
  • 11/19/2011 “Jim tailored his music to the type of event we had, as well as to the guests listening.  He certainly did his homework beforehand and helped to create an enjoyable atmosphere…perfect for our event and the venue.” Anice Berry, National Scenic Byway Association Meeting 2011 Engagement Date: August 23, 2011,        Read More »
  • 11/19/2011 "Just as with our daughter's wedding in 2006, Bruce Henry and band were absolutely FABULOUS again this time (2011).  One of Ryan's friends said to me, The Two best wedding dances I have ever been to were both for your kids!" Anne Smith—Mother of the Bride, Ryan Smith/Christa Beske Wedding Reception Read More »
  • 11/19/2011 “…Of course, Bruce took it to another level! … I will definitely capitalize on Bruce’s presence when marketing my gala.  The Bruce A. Henry Band is so polished, not to mention superior musicians.  I think there would be a mass revolt if Bruce didn’t play my event!” ---Carolyn Piepho,  Seasons Hospice Gala Fundraiser Read More »
  • 11/19/2011 "The Bruce Henry Band looked great and provided us with a very energetic and entertaining evening with a great selection of music" ---Vicki Revier, Ellerbe Becket Company Read More »
  • 11/19/2011
    To a packed house at Minnesota Orchestra's Weekender Pop's Series after Bruce finished Sting's "Fields Of Gold", " I think Sting wrote that song for Bruce's voice!" Doc Serveinson,  Band Leader for The Tonight Show Orchestra Read More »
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  • 11/19/2011 "Vocalist Bruce A. Henry sounds very much like a forward extension of that tradition, a carrying on of the things Stevie Wonder and Marvin Gaye and Curtis Mayfield were doing as the decade of the sixties drew to a close, bringing in a jazz spirit and an uplifting Afro-Centrism into a soul/blues/jazz mix. And that is a very good thing." Dan McClenaghan -Allaboutjazz Read More »

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