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Roots Musician David Bromberg To Release First New Album In 17 Years
Published September 27, 2006

Independent, West Chester, Pa.-based record label Appleseed delighted with the signing, offer Bromberg full artistic control.

Appleseed Recordings announces that David Bromberg – one of America's foremost roots musicians since the sixties as a solo performer, band leader and session man extraordinaire – will release his first new studio album since 1990 in February 2007.

Bromberg's new CD, tentatively titled Try Me One More Time, presents the musician in a solo setting, one man and his guitars exploring his trademark mixture of folk, blues, bluegrass, ragtime, and other roots styles.

Bromberg, a master on guitar, mandolin, dobro and other stringed instruments and a wry, distinctive vocalist, first made a name for himself in the late '60s and early '70s as a musician's musician, working as a session man on projects with Bob Dylan, Kris Kristofferson, Tom Paxton, Jerry Jeff Walker, Eric Andersen, John Prine, Dion, Link Wray, Ringo Starr and others.

"We are so proud to add David Bromberg to our fine roster of musical legends, since David is an incredible musician and performer with a wonderful feeling for so many forms of music," says Appleseed founder and president Jim Musselman. "I approached David's manager, Steve Bailey, months ago about David releasing a new recording, and we both convinced David to have fun recording whatever he wanted, with full artistic control."