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September 21 @7:30
“(David Bromberg is) The reason man created stringed instruments. David touched them with a lover’s
fingers and they moaned that true love right back at him. Wood and wire and flesh spoke.”
Jerry Jeff Walker
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In the mid-sixties, David Bromberg was working his way through the Greenwich Village coffeehouses in
the footsteps of
Bob Dylan, John Sebastian, Tom Rush, the classic "Mr Bojangles" before embarking
on a career as a session guitarist for the aforementioned
Dylan, Willie Nelson, John Prine, Steve
Goodman
, Carly Simon and countless others.

After an unexpected debut before a crowd of 400,000 at the Isle of Wight Fesival, Bromberg embarked
on a solo career recording his own albums & collaborated with
George Harrison, the Grateful Dead and
others.  David's band was the stuff of legends: a fearless & eclectic group featuring a rhythm section
with three horns AND fiddles & mandolin, and constantly changing instrumentation.

More recently, David has had a resurgence with his
Grammy nominated release Try Me One More Time,
followed by
Use Me (featuring David w/Dr. John, Los Lobos, Levon Helm, John Hiatt, Keb Mo, Linda
Ronstadt
, Vince Gill &  Widespread Panic) and  Only Slightly Mad, the first David Bromberg Band
album in thirty years
!
Blues Album Of The Year (2017):
The Blues, The Whole Blues And Nothing But The Blues
TICKETS:  $40 / $50
ON SALE DATE:  June 1 (approx.)
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