The Bridge is a novel by Scottish author Iain Banks. It was published in 1986.
The Bridge was released by Sony in 1986 (see 1986 in music) and it was produced by Phil Ramone. This album had several successful singles, including "A Matter of Trust" (peaking at #3), "Modern Woman" (from the Ruthless People soundtrack, peaking at #10), and "This is the Time" (peaking at #18).
The Bridge is a lithograph print by the Dutch artist M.C. Escher, which was first printed in March, 1930.
The Bridge is the second album by Swedish pop music group, Ace of Base. It was composed during 1994 and 1995, and released on November 21, 1995. It is the only Ace of Base album to feature writing, production, vocals and harmonies by all four band members, each having an equal part in its creation.
The Bridge is a 2006 documentary film by Eric Steel that tells the stories of a handful of individuals who committed suicide at the Golden Gate Bridge in 2004. The film was inspired by an article entitled "Jumpers," which was written by Tad Friend and appeared in The New Yorker magazine in 2003.
The Bridge is The Letter Kills first album. Released on July 2nd 2004.
The Bridge is an all Soft Rock channel on SIRIUS Satellite Radio channel 10 and DISH Network channel 6010. It was recently displaced for several months by The Who Channel, but returned on January 2, 2007 after The Who Channel was moved to channels 98/6098. It plays mainly 1970s acts like Fleetwood Mac, James Taylor, Carole King, Jackson Browne, Jim Croce, The Eagles and Billy Joel, along with Sting, Bonnie Raitt and others.
"The Bridge" is the first single off Elton John's 2006 album "The Captain & The Kid". The single is a simple, stripped-down production focused on Elton John and his solo piano, and it is considered as one of the singer's finest songs in many years. The song is climbing the U.S.
The Bridge is a 69-minute low-budget film, directed by 18-year-old filmmaker Brett Hanover.
The Bridge is a Studio Album by Canadian band Shaye, released in 2003 (see 2003 in music).