Abbey Road on the River presents Hal Bruce and The Jukebox!
Hal Bruce continues his world journey as one of the busiest solo performers on the musical circuit today, traveling all over Europe, USA, Canada, and
In 2015, he was inducted to The Nova Scotia Music Hall Of Fame, where he is listed with Nova Scotian icons like Anne Murray and Hank Snow, who both won it in past years. He is well known for his Deadly Medley, where he plays every Beatles song in a non-stop medley, all 214 of them!
He not only does Beatles music, acoustically and vocally true to form, but performs 1960s classic hits to most of the venues he appears, again true to form, and knows countless hits from that Era.Hal's style comes across as sounding more like two or three guitars at once, all without the aide of computer gimmicks, or backing tracks. He has opened and performed with a number of international greats, as well.
Let him take you back!
For 15 years "The Jukebox", has been paying tribute to The Fab Four and are considered by many as Latin America's top Beatles Tribute Band and one of the very best in their field. With successful shows all over the world, including amazing performances at Liverpool's historical Cavern Club and Casbah Club, as well as Argentina's Beatleweek and the world famous Abbey Road on The River Beatles Festival, this band has proven that Beatles music is an universal language. Proof of it is that that they recently have been inducted in Puerto Rico's own Rock n Roll Hall of Fame, along José Feliciano and Carli Muñoz, keyboard player for The Beach Boys (1969-1981)...even performed with ex-Beatles drummer Pete Best!
Their live shows stand out for their faithful and exact rendering of The Beatles’ music. Their versatility is what makes their shows stand out, by recreating the spirit and the magic of The Beatles through the most important element: the music. Note for note recreations of the Beatles most loved songs, from their early hits like "I want To Hold Your Hand" and "Twist and Shout", hidden gems like "Yes It Is" and "Every Little Thing" to their last classics like "Let It Be" and "Hey Jude". Even pre-Beatlemania and solo material, adding up more classic tunes to their 200+ songs repertoire. They are indeed, a "Jukebox" of Beatles music.