Bruce Howard

Bruce Howard

Songwriter and keyboard player with the legendary NZ band The La De Das. He joined them after watching them play in a club in early 1965. He co-wrote much of their recorded work with Trevor Wilson, including the concept album, The Happy Prince, in 1969.

The project, and a grwing distance between Howard & Wilson, and the rest of the band, caused the band to split in 1971 after a trip to London and Howard joined the Clefs, then Billy Thorpe's Aztecs

He now lives in London
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Bruce Howard Discography Tracks


DW/LP 3273 Various Gypsy Girl and 1 more… Various - Like A Song(LP) Music De Wolfe DW/LP 3273 UK 1973 Sell This Version
DWS/LP 3322 Various See You Run and 8 more… Various - Dream Kingdom(LP) Music De Wolfe DWS/LP 3322 UK 1975 Sell This Version
DL 74213 Manna-Live, Charlie Manna Dial H for hate and 1 more… Manna-Live, Charlie Manna - Manna-Live(LP, Album, Mono) DECCA DL 74213 US Unknown Sell This Version