Separate names with a comma.
Discussion in 'Music to Your Ears' started by johnny k, Aug 15, 2019.
A not enough mentionned guy, but one of the greats for sure.
Was lucky to see him in the UK in a small theatre. A very entertaining performer who really connected with the audience. A sad loss.
Amazing performer, with an unequivable and inimitable knowledge of his instrument, & nice guy to chat with (met him about 5 times at gigs, master-classes and exhibitions), but a very sad turn of events that lead to his end.
He was a Diamond Bottleneck user, at least in the latter years. As I know one of the guys behind them and he has a mortgage to pay I'll take the opportunity to give them a plug.
Bob probably not my cup of tea musically although obviously a very clever and hugely talented man. Although a very messy end to his life whatever your take on it.
As a fellow Diamond bottleneck user and National player, I have to admit that the comparisons with Bob Brozman end there: he was a great player and entertainer.
I was in awe of his music once, then I found out what he had done. Any admiration has since been undone.
This article was very useful to me when I was starting out with slide. It's all I knew about him and all I want to know.
I didn t know what happened to him in his later life. Dam.
I met him many years ago at a Musical Saw Festival in Santa Cruz, CA. He shamed me for sending my National to the Dobro company to have it repaired. He was a great player and had a lot of knowledge about the music and it's history. It's sad that his private life was so messed up. If you can separate his life from his music, there's a lot to like. But it's not easy for me to do.