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David Bromberg

  • Sep 19, 1945 (age 74)
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The Blues, The Whole Blues, and Nothing But The Blues
AlbumOct 14, 2016

The Blues, The Whole Blues, and Nothin…

The Blues, the Whole Blues, …
The Blues, the Whole Blues, and Nothing But the Blues is an album by the David Bromberg Band. It was released by Red House Records on October 14, 2016. The album contains thirteen blues songs – eleven covers and two originals – performed in a wide variety of styles. David Bromberg sings and plays electric and acoustic guitar. He is accompanied by Mark Cosgrove (electric guitar, mandolin), Nate Grower (fiddle), Butch Amiot (bass guitar), and Josh Kanusky (drums). Some of the tracks also feature various guest musicians, including Bill Payne on keyboards, Lou Marini on saxophone, Steve Bernstein on trumpet, Birch Johnson on trombone, and Larry Campbell, who served as the album's producer, on acoustic guitar.
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Live in Utica '77
AlbumOct 16, 2015

Live in Utica '77

Live in Utica '77 released.
Only Slightly Mad
AlbumSep 24, 2013

Only Slightly Mad

Only Slightly Mad is an album by the David Bromberg Band. It …
Only Slightly Mad is an album by the David Bromberg Band. It was released by Appleseed Recordings on September 24, 2013. Writing about the album in The Philadelphia Inquirer, Steve Klinge said, "Bromberg recorded Only Slightly Mad, released by West Chester's Appleseed Recordings, with producer Larry Campbell, who played guitar in Dylan's touring band from 1997 to 2004, and who now runs the studio of the late Levon Helm. Bromberg originally intended to do an album of Chicago blues-style songs, but at Campbell's encouragement, the project turned into what Bromberg calls "an old-fashioned David Bromberg album with everything in the world on it." It's a broad mix of blues, bluegrass, folk, and gospel, mostly originals and a few choice covers, with moments of ironic humor, extemporaneous sermonizing, and deeply personal confessions, including a pair of love songs addressed to his wife, Nancy Josephson, the former leader of the Angel Band."
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David Bromberg
BirthSeptember 1945

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