David Bromberg was born in Philadelphia on September 19, 1945, and raised in Tarrytown, New York,. He studied guitar under the finger, Piedmont style bluesman, Reverend Gary Davis. A much in demand session player, he has played on records with Jerry Jeff Walker, Willie Nelson, Jorma Kaukonen, Jerry Garcia, Rick Derringer, and Bob Dylan. David co-wrote the song "The Holdup" with George Harrison, who played on Bromberg's self-titled 1972 album. Today, David Bromberg and his wife live in Wilmington, Delaware, where they own a violin sales and repair shop.

Last Song from Selby Jean (Live) - David Bromberg, 
You've Got To Mean It Too - David Bromberg, 
Railroad Bill (Unreleased, dobro) – Bob Dylan, 
A Rose and A Baby Ruth (pedal steel) – Al Kooper, 
Chubby Thighs – David Bromberg,
Mr. Bojangles (CBS Promo Party 1972) – David Bromberg, 
Yes I Guess They Oughta Name A Drink After You (dobro) with John Prine, 
What A Wonderful World – David Bromberg, 
You Don’t Wanna Make Me Mad – David and Dr John, 
Me And Paul (Dobro) with Doug Sahm, 
Jug Band Song (Live) – David Bromberg, 
Whiskey River (guitar) with Willie Nelson, 
New Morning (guitar) with Bob Dylan, 
Zoo (dobro) with Garland Jeffreys, 
Continuing Saga Of The Classic Bummer (violin) with Jerry Jeff Walker, 
Cheap Tequila (dobro) with Rick Derringer, 
Stealin' – David Bromberg,
Testify – David Bromberg with Chris Daniels, 
Try Me One More Time (Live on Woodsongs) – David Bromberg, 
The Holdup (Live) - David Bromberg,
Bring It with You When You Come – David and Levon Helm,
I'll Rise Again – David Bromberg,
Last Date – David Bromberg Band.