In 1985 pianist Bruce Hornsby and his band, the Range signed with RCA. They released their debut album The Way It Is the following year, producing three top 20 hits and earning the group the Best New Artist Grammy. Following albums, Scenes From the Southside (1998) and A Night on the Town (1990) failed to match the success of his debut, though Hornsby went on to prove himself as a songwriter, creating hits "Jacob's Ladder" for Huey Lewis and "The End of Innocence" for Don Henley, and his solo album Harbor Lights (1993) went gold. The prolific pianist went on to release Billboard chart hitters on Hot House (1995), double album Spirit Trail (1998), Here Come the Noise Makers (2000), and Halcyon Days in 2004. In 2007, Camp Meeting reached number 5 in Top Jazz Albums. Two-disc release Bride of the Noisemakers, released in 2011, highlights Hornsby's impressive concert performances, featuring rock, jazz and bluegrass songs recorded live between 2007-2009 with his band the Noisemakers.