Bruce Arnold is a singer / songwriter whose catalog has gained considerable international notoriety. A founding member and leader of the rock band Orpheus, Arnold recorded four albums and six singles for both MGM and BELL Records between 1967 and 1971. All of the albums and two of the singles charted on Billboard.
The band’s signature song, Can’t Find The Time, which Arnold wrote, arranged and performed, has received well over two million radio “airplays” and continues to be in heavy rotation on global airwaves as well as the internet. The song has also been covered by dozens of artists including Hootie & The Blowfish, whose recording is featured on the soundtrack of the Farelly Brother’s hit film, “Me, Myself & Irene” starring Jim Carrey and Renée Zellweger.
In addition to recording, Arnold has played many sold-out concerts throughout the United States, sharing the stage with performers like Blood, Sweat and Tears, The Who, Cream, Led Zeppelin, Jeff Beck, The Rascals and Janis Joplin, just to name a few. Orpheus was also the first rock band to be invited to play at the “Jazz in the Garden” series at the Museum Of Modern Art in New York City. Arnold’s second album with Orpheus, titled Ascending, reached no. 10 in the 1968 Playboy magazine Jazz and Pop Reader Poll, “Vocal Album of the Year”. The group also recorded the title track for the 1969 MGM movie "Marlowe" starring James Garner.