Bruce Arnold Orpheus Obituary – Cause of Death: ‘Heart & Soul’ of the band Orpheus, Bruce Arnold passes away.
The heart & soul of Massachusetts’ legend band Orpheus, Bruce Arnold has passed away, an online obituary announced.
Bruce’s cause of death was not disclosed.
“Bruce had the most beautiful voice & was always happy to engage in conversation with people on social media, whether it was sharing old memories or talking about current & future plans.”
Orpheus is an American rock band originally from Worcester, Massachusetts, that enjoyed popularity in the 1960s and early 1970s, featuring lead singer/songwriter Bruce Arnold. They had two charted Billboard Hot 100 singles, “Brown Arms in Houston” and “Can’t Find the Time,” both released on MGM Records.
Original band members, including Stephen Martin, Jack McKennes, Eric “Snake” Gulliksen, and Harry Sandler, along with Robert Emmet Dunlap and Kathi Taylor, performed for many years in New England as Orpheus Reborn.
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