Bruce Arnold Orpheus Obituary, Cause of Death – Heart & Soul of the band Orpheus

Bruce Arnold Orpheus Death

Bruce Arnold Orpheus Obituary, Death Cause: 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.

Bruce Arnold Orpheus Cause of Death

At this publication, we do not know what caused his death, which may never be revealed. However, when details about him become available, it will make headlines for all who want to read them!

We are all thinking about you during this difficult time. We hope that God will give strength and courage to those grieving your loss, as there is no feeling more painful than losing someone close to us in such tragic circumstances.”

Bruce Arnold Orpheus Obituary

Bruce Arnold Orpheus, an obituary, has been released for him. His family and friends are in our prayers during this difficult time. Still, unfortunately, we have not yet received any updates about funeral arrangements for the dead person.


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