Hal Bruce Courthouse Concert

"One man, one voice, one guitar... Big sound!"

About this experience

Hal Bruce in a nutshell

Since his debut as an entertainer/multi-instrumentalist (esp. guitar & vocal), he has studied thousands of songs from the 1960s and 70s and grew up totally immersed in the musical hits of that magical time, acquiring a vast knowledge of those classics before they became great memories we all cherish today. Hal's catalogue of yester-year hits, include many different songs from scores of famous artists and different genres. You request'em and he'll play'em!

He got his itch for music back in the early years as he faithfully watched TV variety shows, where he was influenced by upcoming musical acts, all vying for the top spot on the Hit Parade of the day. Ever since then, Hal has not looked back. This was what he wanted to do with his life, to play music, full-time, and travel the world. From that moment, he stayed true to his vision of pursuing a career in music.

Over his career as a recording artist, songwriter, performer, producer, he has recorded more than 15 albums, including four original projects which charted really well in the 1990s in Canada…earning more than a dozen, Regional, National, and International Awards, including, Male Vocalist, Songwriter, Entertainer, Video, and Band Of The Year.

His latest original album, "Rock Steady Line", has just been recently released, and adds to his collection of original works and is, without a doubt, his finest recorded work to date. What he has created is a tapestry of different styles and genres of music, something he always does in his live shows…very multi-faceted.

Hal was inducted to the "Nova Scotia Country Music Hall of Fame" in September 2015 and, on November 15th, 2016, he was voted as "Readers' Choice Winner for Musician of the Year" 2016, by the Chronicle Herald Newspaper, in Halifax , Nova Scotia.

As an added specialty, Hal has also mastered the music of The Beatles and has been hailed as "The World's Best Beatles Solo Act", and to this day, he can perform all 214 Beatles songs in all their original keys. He set a world-record in 2004, by performing every recorded Beatles songs in a non-stop medley in Cleveland, Ohio, in front of over 5,000 people. Hal is the only person in the world to be inducted to two separate "Beatles Halls of Fame", one in Louisville, Kentucky, and the other in Liverpool, England.

In his very successful career, he has had the opportunity to have performed with, or played on the same bill as many famous artists. Hal continues to tour extensively, delighting audiences in scores of cities and countries.

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