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Chuck Isch Obituary
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November 26, 2012
BRUCE MORLEY

I regret not being able to attend the celebration and funeral of Bruce Morley, because I am in Vietnam, as he not only was my friend but also he gave me my first professional gig when he was the band leader for the Vincent Hill / Bridgette Allen/ Bunny Walters tour through out New Zealand. Bruce was very protective of me as I was the youngest and the only girl in the band, and I was a young girl of 18. Bruce gave me a chance, and this was extremely important to me as it gave me enormous confidence and the belief that I could make a career from music. When I returned from living in the USA after ten years, Bruce was still the same witty, friendly man who continued to encourage me, accept me and not take sides in my personal failures.
Bruce was a charmer with style, in the way he dressed and behaved. I found him highly intelligent and open to all kinds of music, prepared to play anywhere with anyone.
I saw him playing in a dark alley with a Dixi Band, to no one, at the Paeroa Jazz Festival, so I stayed and watched him with admiration until my set on the main stage. I owe Bruce a lot and I will miss his smile and music, rest in peace my dear friend.
Aroha
Edwina Thorne
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