Brodsky Searching for Instruments

Singer/songwriter Chuck Brodsky returned to the US last week only to discover that his home had been burgled. The thief apparently knew what he was there to steal. Five instruments were taken while everything else in the house was left intact. Stolen were: a hand-hammered Larry Pogreba resonator guitar, a rare Steve Wise long neck dulcimer and case, an Ovation “Elite” acoustic guitar, a banjolin, and a Madeira acoustic guitar. Brodsky’s newest album is Color Came One Day, produced in Cape Breton.

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