Tuffy P and I were listening to Conway Twitty this morning over coffee. That man’s hair could stop a bullet. He could sing too. Hop into my time machine, and let’s watch the master at work. Here’s David Bromberg covering Last Date. Mr. Bromberg does… Read More
I have a soft spot for the music of David Bromberg. Here he is solo, live on KDHX from back in 2013, performing Sleep Late in the Morning.
Time for an old folk song. Here’s David Bromberg playing the old murder ballad, Delia. It’s a true story… This tune has been around the block a few times. There are many versions of of it around, and curiously enough, most of them are excellent.… Read More
It was a great treat to be at Hugh’s Room tonight for David Bromberg’s solo performance. I like a lot of things about David Bromberg. He’s a remarkably eclectic musician and it seems that he creates his shows on the fly without a set list.… Read More
David Bromberg has had two music careers – he took a break for something like 22 years. I loved his music back then and since his re-emergence, I’ve been hoping for a chance to see him perform live, because he’s even better today. Here he… Read More
I could listen to David Bromberg sing Summer Wages 100 times in a row and never get bored. Once in a while I like to have a look on the YouTube machine to see if there’s a version I’ve missed. Let’s not forget it was… Read More
I took 3 days this week away from the work-a-day world, a kind of mini-vacation if you will, the kind of mini-vacation you take when you have no plans at all, a kind of lazin’ around, gone fishin’, hiking through the woods, bummin’ around, messing… Read More
I’ve been listening David Bromberg’s music quite a lot lately. I really appreciate how eclectic he is, rambling all over the music landscape. He’s a wonderful guitarist and he plays other instruments such as mandolin as well. Here’s a live performance of You’ve got to… Read More
I first heard this tune on David Bromberg’s superb CD, Slightly Mad. Here’s Mr. Bromberg performing it live…. I don’t know who wrote this one, but I believe Conway Twitty had a hit with it…here he is…(even if you hate hurtin’ country tunes, check this… Read More
Here’s a taste of David Bromberg, with Larry Campbell on mandolin. I have a serious soft spot for David Bromberg’s music. I hope you like it too.