David Bromberg

David Bromberg has had two successful careers. One as an in-demand blues guitarist and master sideman for acts from the Eagles to Link Wray to Phoebe Snow, his crowd included Bob Dylan, George Harrison and Jerry Garcia. Then, in 1990, he stepped back ” way back ” and became a violin expert (he still has a thriving business selling and repairing instruments). He couldn’t stay away for long and returned to the stage in 2002.

On tour supporting his 2016 release, ‘The Blues, the Whole Blues and Nothing but the Blues,’ Bromberg and his band (Nate Grower – fiddle; Mark Cosgrove ” mandolin, guitar; Josh Kanusky – drums; and Suavek Zaniesienko – bass) stopped by BeeHive Studios in Saranac Lake, New York for an in-studio performance and interview.



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Kentucky Blues

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