After a sold-out show at the Sharon Lynne Wilson Center for The Arts,  Brookfield Wisconsin on October 12, 2016 we got this from Lynn Lucius; Hi James;
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.”
"Bruce Henry is even mellower than Nat King Cole"   --The London Financial Times
Doc Severinson
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
Bruce A. Henry vocalist
"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
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