David Bromberg

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David Bromberg (born September 19, 1945) is an American multi-instrumentalist, singer, and songwriter. An eclectic artist, Bromberg plays bluegrass, blues, folk, jazz, country and western, and rock and roll equally well. He is known for his quirky, humorous lyrics, and the ability to play rhythm and lead guitar at the same time.

Bromberg has played with many famous musicians, including Jerry Jeff Walker, Willie Nelson, Jorma Kaukonen, Jerry Garcia, Rusty Evans (The Deep) and Bob Dylan. He co-wrote the song "The Holdup" with former Beatle George Harrison, who played on Bromberg's self-titled 1972 album.

In 2008, he was nominated for a Grammy Award.

  1. ^ Deming, Mark. David Bromberg biography at AllMusic
  2. ^ David Bromberg biography at Billboard.com
  3. ^ "2008 Grammy Nominations Announced", Great American Country
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Year Title Artist RatingReleases
1971 David Bromberg David Bromberg 1
1972 Demon in Disguise David Bromberg 2
1974 Wanted Dead or Alive David Bromberg 3
1978 My Own House David Bromberg 1
1989 Sideman Serenade David Bromberg 1
1999 My Own House / You Should See the Rest of the Band David Bromberg 1
2001 Wood (Special Edition) Brian Bromberg, Randy Waldman & David Bromberg 1
2007 Try Me One More Time David Bromberg 1
2008 David Bromberg / Demon In Disguise David Bromberg 1
2011 Use Me David Bromberg 5 1
Bandit in a Bathing Suit David Bromberg 1
How Late'll Ya Play 'til? Volume 2: Studio David Bromberg 1

Album + Compilation

Year Title Artist RatingReleases
1986 The Best of David Bromberg David Bromberg 1
1998 The Player: A Retrospective David Bromberg 2
2010 Wanted Dead Or Alive/Midnight On The Water David Bromberg 1

Album + Live

Year Title Artist RatingReleases
1986 Long Way From Here David Bromberg 1

Unspecified type

Year Title Artist RatingReleases
Ballads Blues & An Idol David Bromberg 1

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