Bruce Henne - Syndicated Contributor

A music media veteran, Bruce Henne graduated from the Radio Broadcasting program at Mohawk College in Hamilton, ON in 1984 before stints as Station Manager at the school's campus radio outlet (where he co-hosted the weekly "Mohawk Metal" show) and Westwood One Canada led to an invitation to join the country's largest rock station, Q107-FM Toronto, to launch the Rock Radio Network (RRN) in 1991.

A pioneer in Canadian commercial network radio, Bruce helped create, produce, market and build major music brands - including "The Legends Of Classic Rock," "The Ongoing History Of New Music," Corus Entertainment's "Deep Sky" and "ExploreMusic" - over the next two decades as the RRN was twice named Network Of The Year by the Canadian music industry.

Henne has worked with virtually every major rock act in the business while producing "Rockline," "Little Steven's Underground Garage," and other U.S.-based shows for Canadians, creating original radio series like "All Access" and "One On One," and producing more than 400 music specials, world album premieres and live broadcast events.

Bruce founded the daily rock news service, hennemusic , in 2010.

As a music journalist, Henne has written for iconic music brands like Team Rock, Classic Rock, Metal Hammer, Prog, Blues and RockAAA, among others.

Among the first albums that cemented Bruce's lifelong passion for rock were KISS' "Alive!" and the debut record by Van Halen.

His first live concert experiences included Triumph at a Burlington, ON high school (1978); ELO at CNE Stadium Toronto (1978), and Cheap Trick at Toronto's Maple Leaf Gardens (1979).

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