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Fragile
  • Artist: Bruce Glover
  • Label: CD Baby
  • UPC: 641444969425
  • Item #: 203788X
  • Genre: Jazz
  • Release Date: 9/20/2005
  • This product is a special order
  • Rank: 1000000000
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Fragile on CD

About Bruce Glover........... 'Never in my life have I enjoyed more, and felt such a close personal relationship with, MUSIC than today.' 'Kickin'', 'Gentle', 'Romantic', 'Mood Music', 'Funky'............these are all words used to describe the music on his new CD, 'Fragile'. That's because it's a product of a widely varied musical career over the years. Flugelhorn/Trumpet player, arranger/composer/conductor, Bruce has done all of these for lots of acts and many production shows around the world. Bruce wrote, played, and conducted music for the legendary Ice Capades shows for a few years, then moved on to Las Vegas, NV, to continue his musical pursuits. While there he played trumpet for the likes of Gladys Knight, Paul Williams, Aretha Franklin, Juliet Prowse, Tom Jones, Englebert Humperdink, and Susan Anton, to mention a few. After that, he moved to Los Angeles to pursue a writing career and wound up back in Las Vegas with a show, Dreamstreet, for which he was musical director/arranger/conductor. One summer was spent writing music for the Disney on Ice spectacular, then it was off to Orlando and Disney World. After a brief stint there, he joined the cruise ship industry as music director/featured instrumentalist for Costa Cruises, where he conducted show orchestras, managed bands, and arranged music for on board single acts and shows. And appeared as a featured player. Returning to Las Vegas, he produced and played in three Production shows, Latin Fire (dance/singing), Grand Illusion (magic), and A Tribute To Grease, for casinos in Arizona. And still had time to write and record some CARTOON MUSIC. At the same time he was appearing in various jazz and R/B groups in Las Vegas. After years of writing and playing all these different styles of music it's time for yet another approach. The personal one. He's currently living and working in Los Angeles, preparing for the upcoming tour, and spending as much time as possible at his place in Mexico (that's his front yard in the cover photo).