Rootsy singer/songwriter Bruce Henderson, given birth to and raised in Oklahoma, got his start using in Austin, TX, where he attended university. In 1983, he transferred to NEW YORK, where he produced the music group Hearts and Thoughts, which released an record on A&M Information. The group split up, and Henderson composed a nonfiction reserve, Waiting (released by Plume/Penguin). Then re-emerged musically as an associate of the Great Plains Drifters alongside guitarists G.E. Smith (most widely known for his stint because the musical movie director of the Sunday Night Live music group) and Andy York (another Hearts and Thoughts alumnus in addition to a longtime person in John Mellencamp’s support unit). Striking from his very own, Henderson debuted in 1997 using the Wheels Move, released on Omad/Paradigm. He ready a second record, Beyond the Pale, but after completing it, was identified as having testicular cancer, as well as the disc’s discharge day was suspended until he could recover and tour behind it. By enough time he was healthful enough to execute once again, his record label had opted out of business. Henderson after that placed the recording with Valley Entertainment, which brought it out in June 2000.