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This lecture will travel on the road with Bob Dylan as he navigates through the turbulent decade of 1960’s. From his childhood in Minnesota, to folk troubadour of Greenwich Village, to his ground breaking trilogy (“Bringing It Back Home” “Highway 61”, “Blonde on Blonde”) to becoming the rock/poet enigma of his time. Highlights from the post-60’s work (including “Blood on the Tracks” to the American Songbook Trilogy) will also be briefly explored. We will discuss his extraordinary artistic achievements as a songwriter, poet and cultural icon of the 20th century. Rolling Stone ranks Bob Dylan’s “Like A Rolling Stone” as the best song of all time.
hey all Please join us Wednesday July 18, for a fun evening of jazz with clarinet and sax as the star of the show. After all, How often do you get to see really great live clarinet playing? My guess? Almost never. and Bruce's sax sound is really great as well. As was true for the first of these, It’s my quartet. Myself; on drums, Jerry Delroso; on bass, tom Kitchen; on guitar, and Bruce Krohmer; on clarinet. It’s from Half past 6 till half past 9 PM. El Golfo Restaurant as some of you may know its, Seriously good! Latin American cuisine 8739 Flower Avenue Silver Spring, Md. 20901 Phone 301-608-2121 http://www.elgolforestaurant.com/ and again that's, half past 6 till half past 9 pm. Wednesday July 18 Ten dollar cover. which is a small price to hear Bruce play we hope you’ll agree. So please Drop by if you can. my excellent suggestion? come for dinner, stay for Bruce.
Bruce was born on April 21, 1980, in Vancouver, British Columbia, and raised in Boundary Bay. Bruce attended University of Washington in Seattle, Washington and graduated with a degree in Drama and Economics before moving to Los Angeles, California. He launched his career by modeling in Seattle through Seattle Models Guild. He appeared on the cover of the November 10, 2004, issue of Daily Variety.
In 2007, Bruce landed his most notable role of Chris Hughes on the CBS daytime soap opera As the World Turns. Bruce became the eighth actor to play the role, succeeding Bailey Chase, who played the role from January 29, 2003 to January 20, 2005. Bruce made his debut on October 25, 2007. In August 2008, it was announced that Bruce was downgraded to recurring status. He made his final appearance on October 15, 2008.
In 2005, Bruce landed his first role as Counter Terrorist Unit (CTU) Agent Martin Kail on 24: Conspiracy, a mobile-only spin-off of the television series 24. That same year, he guest-starred for two episodes on the NBC daytime soap opera Passions and appeared as a waiter on the television sitcom Joey. In 2006, he appeared on The Sopranos and on the reality television series Breaking Up with Shannen Doherty. He appeared as Sam Marquez (Vanessa Marcil)'s secretary, Anthony, on Las Vegas in 2007.
Bruce made his big screen debut in the Denzel Washington thriller Unstoppable. In 2011, Bruce starred in Hallmark Channel's original film Love's Christmas Journey. In the following year, he had the role of Mark Hanson in Lifetime's thriller film Willed to Kill.
As of 2013, Bruce co-stars as Paul Dierden on the sci-fi television series Orphan Black, co-produced by Space and BBC America. He also guest-stars as Adam Donner on The CW series Arrow.
In 2014, Bruce starred as Bart Winslow in the modern remake of V.C. Andrews's Flowers in the Attic, and its sequel, Petals on the Wind. In January 2015, Bruce starred in the television movie A Novel Romance on the Hallmark Channel.
In October 2015, Bruce appeared in Heroes Reborn as Captain James Dearing in recurring role. In 2016, Bruce starred in the action and comedy movie First Round Down. He currently stars in the NBC series Midnight, Texas, where he plays Bobo Winthrop.