David Bromberg Tickets
David Bromberg tickets offer you a concert by the amazing musician who has been entertaining his fans with his vibrant eclectic style for years. The American multi-instrumentalist is a gifted artist. He has a versatile approach that ranges from bluegrass to country and western, blues, folk to jazz and rock and roll. Not only can he play diverse range of music styles but he has the ability to play several different instruments. His is also known for his sly sense of humor that is reflected in his lyrical content. He is regarded as master of variety of instruments and musical genres. A concert by the musical genius promises to be one of a kind experience. From his early time, Bromberg showed a keen interest in music. He was only thirteen when he began learning guitar and at Columbia University he studied musicology as well. David Bromberg was attracted to the Greenwich Village folk scene and would listen to the best performers and absorb it all. Later, he started playing gigs and also played as a backing musician there.
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David Bromberg has the credit of having played with famous musicians with whom either he served as a sideman or worked as a collaborator. A few of the popular names are Dylan, Ringo, Garcia, Willie Nelson, George Harrison, Jerry Jeff Walker, The Eagles, Carly Simon and Bob Dylan. For his musical brilliance he is referred to as a musician's musician. Not only did he play as a sideman to these big names, but he also played as a frontman with his own band. The gradual shift to the front took place in the 70s when he was noticed at the 1970, Isle of Wight Festival in Great Britain. It led to a solo deal with Columbia Records and that is how Bromberg began releasing his own albums. In 1971, David Bromberg came up with his eponymous debut album. It featured the song Suffer to Sing the Blues and The Holdup which became radio favorites and received massive airplay. The songwriting collaboration for the song, The Holdup was done with former Beatle George Harrison. Moving forward, from 1971 and 1976, Bromberg recorded more albums with Columbia. He also started touring extensively. With continuing tours and albums his music range also diversified. His band also grew as several multi-instrumentalists joined him.
Bromberg signed with Fantasy Records in 1977. His first album with this label was Reckless Abandon. David Bromberg went on to release three more albums with them after which he got tired of his routine and touring pressures. By 1980s he was doing only occasional shows and playing session for friends. At this time he also started studying at the Kenneth Warren School of Violin Making in Chicago. In 1990, David released his album Sideman Serenade and after the release, David decided to change his direction of life and disappeared from the music scene. Bromberg stopped performing and turned to violin making. In 2007, after a long period he returned to prove himself once again with his album Try Me One More Time. The album was nominated for a Grammy Award for Best Traditional Folk Album in 2008.
The solo set of new blues and folk tunes were still fresh and had his unique touch with intuitive mix of American styles. With years of hiatus the musician’s work was fresh and remarkable as ever. Use Me is Bromberg’s solo album released in 2011. The album features new songs written at his request by some of his favorite tunesmiths. Today he continues with his musical passion playing solo shows backed at times by his band members. The range of materials he plays with has increased with time and listening to his music is pure acoustic pleasure. He is known to be even better in his live performances. If you want be at the concert make your arrangements. Cheap David Bromberg tickets are likely to be taken quickly so look for them fast if you want to avail them.
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