Bruce Langhorne

Age 78


Bruce Langhorne, the session musician who inspired the Bob Dylan song "Mr. Tambourine Man," died Friday, April 14, 2017, according to multiple news sources. For full obituary and coverage from, click here.

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Sorry for your loss , those who fall sleep in Death God keep in his memory because they precious in his eye . Psalms 116:15

My condolences to the family. May you persevere in prayer to the God of all comfort. He promises to fortify you, strengthen you and help you endure during your grieving process. (Romans 12:12)

My sincere condolences to the Langhorne family for the loss of your loved one. Cherish the memories shared over the years. May you find comfort and strength from God, who cares for you and will sustain you, during this difficult time. (Psalm 145:14, 18)

He seemed like a real nice person always willing to help others, I agree he will be truly missed, because those persons who like to help, and teach others are hard to find today. May Gods tender mercies be with hid family and friends.

Rest in Peace

My deepest sympathies to all who loved you. You took time to teach me and Kibbie how to play guitar and even pick out guitars for us to buy at the Den of Antiquity - that was almost 60 years ago. Every time I play or see a guitar I will think of you. I remember the Stella you re-made for Carolyn. It was always a joy being in your company. You had the infectious laugh that made everyone feel good. You always entered our home with a lot of joy and happiness. We were so proud of your success. I...

My sincere condolences to the family who have lost their loved one to death. Gone too soon! God will comfort and sustain you during this difficult time because he cares for you. (1 Peter 5:6,7)

My sincerest condolences to the family and friends. Bruce was of the best persons I've ever known. Called three weeks ago and was told it wasn't a good time. So, I left a message I called and would call back but every time I thought about calling back it was late in the afternoon.
You were one of the few adults who would take the time to
teach a kid to play. I can remember nearly 60 years ago you teaching me and Kirby how to play Mountain Dew. Jesus Met the Woman at the Well and...