Posts Tagged ‘David Bromberg’

LIVE: David Bromberg & Larry Campbell @ The Egg, 4/19/15

Friday, May 8th, 2015

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Photographs by Andrzej Pilarczyk

Just a coupla guys sittin’ around playin’ whatever they feel like playin’ on their guitars…

But when those guys just happen to be David Bromberg and Larry Campbell, well, you can bet that there were plenty of fretboard fireworks goin’ on even during a relaxed front-porch setting like the recent one at The Egg in Albany.

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LIVE: David Bromberg & Larry Campbell @ The Falcon, 7/16/14

Thursday, July 24th, 2014

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Review and photographs by Rudy Lu

Famed multi-instrumentalists David Bromberg and Larry Campbell played an inspiring two-and-a-half-hour set of sparkling acoustic music to an nearly jam packed crowd last week, kicking off their two-night stand at the Falcon in Marlboro.

The music encompassed the whole gamut of roots-Americana musical history, ranging from the bluegrass of Doc Watson, Bob Dylan covers, Celtic music and the blues of Skip James.

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Hey, Isn’t That Kevin Maul?

Monday, September 13th, 2010

Yes, it is Nippertown’s own Kevin Maul sitting in with David Bromberg and his band on “Dark Hollow” earlier this summer at the Roots On the River Festival in Bellows Falls. The full line-up is guitarist David Bromberg, fiddler Nate Gower, bassist Butch Amiot, mandolinist Mitch Corbin and special guest Kevin Maul on dobro.

Thanks to Bokonon for the tip.

Caffe Lena Photo of the Day

Tuesday, May 11th, 2010

We’re celebrating the 50th anniversary of Caffe Lena all month long by publishing one photo each day from the vast archives of house photographer Joe Deuel.

Here’s a vintage shot of David Bromberg from 1975 – bookended by Jay Ungar and Billy Novick:

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LIVE: Jorma Kaukonen & Dave Bromberg @ The Egg, 1/24/10

Wednesday, January 27th, 2010

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David Bromberg and Jorma Kaukonen


If there was anything frustrating about Sunday evening’s performance at The Egg by guitarists David Bromberg and Jorma Kaukonen, it’s that they wouldn’t share all their jokes with the audience.

Occasionally, the men whispered and laughed conspiratorially between songs, but plenty of their humor made it into the show as well – especially from the always ribald and goofy Bromberg.

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