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Legendary Gospel/Jazz Musican Bruce V. Allen Shares His Come Back To Music After Suffering A Stroke

By |June 5th, 2024|

With a new determination to play with purpose, Bruce's resilience and gratitude are reflected in his smooth and uplifting tapestry of work, COME BACK. Integrating jazz, praise, and worship, Bruce delivers an inspiring five-song EP that is available now on all digital music platforms.

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Legendary Gospel/Jazz Musican Bruce V. Allen Shares His Come Back To Music After Suffering A Stroke

By |June 5th, 2024|

With a new determination to play with purpose, Bruce's resilience and gratitude are reflected in his smooth and uplifting tapestry of work, COME BACK. Integrating jazz, praise, and worship, Bruce delivers an inspiring five-song EP that is available now on all digital music platforms.

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