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Brian Bromberg - Bass (all) 

Lenny Castro - Percussion (1-3, 5-7, 9-12) 

Franklin Richardson III - Drums (1-3, 5-7, 9-12) 

Tom Zink - Keyboards (1, 2, 5, 7, 9, 11), Piano (6, 9, 12), String Arrangement (11, 12) 

Everette Harp - Tenor Saxophone (1) 

Brandon Fields - Tenor Saxophone (2, 9) 

Gannin Arnold - Rhythm Guitar (1, 3, 6, 7, 9-12) 

Lee Thornburg – Trumpet (1, 2, 5,7) 

Doug Webb – Saxophones (1, 2, 5, 7) 

Nick Lane – Trombone (1, 2, 5,7) 

Najee - Tenor Saxophone (3, 5) 

The Rising Sun Orchestra - String Section (12) 

Paul Jackson Jr. - Rhythm Guitar (2, 5) 

Zach Bromberg - Keyboard Programming (3, 6) 

George Duke - Electric Piano (10) 

Randy Brecker - Trumpet (10) 

Gary Meek - Tenor Sax (10) 

Willie Murillo - Trumpet (10) 

Tony Guerrero - Trumpet (10) 

Mark Visher - Alto and Baritone Saxophones (10) 

Vince Trombetta - Tenor Saxophone (10) 

Jason Thor - Trombone (10) 

Marion Meadows - Soprano Sax (11) 

Alex Acuña - Percussion (11, 12) 

Mark Hollingsworth - Bamboo Flutes (12) 

June Kuramoto - Koto (12)

Brian Bromberg

Thicker Than Water

Thicker Than Water is a record I’ve been wanting to make for a very long time,” says the dynamic bass virtuoso Brian Bromberg. “I love the upright bass. It’s where my heart and soul is. My connection with that instrument is unlike anything in my life. I also love the electric bass and really wanted to explore its endless possibilities on this project.” That love of the bass is evident across the wide-range of irresistible grooves found on Thicker Than Water.

After nearly a year of being cooped up within the same four walls, it’s only natural that one’s thoughts might turn to the freedom of the open road. That’s certainly true of virtuoso jazz bassist and world-renowned producer Brian Bromberg, whose third pandemic-era release shrugs off the prevailing mood of COVID-era claustrophobia and political strife for A Little Driving Music, a fun, funky paean to cruising with the top down and leaving your troubles behind.

While countless musicians have spent the quarantine months in a state of limbo, the always-prolific Bromberg quickly figured out a way to continue making music while remaining socially distanced. Due out May 21, 2021 via Artistry Music/Mack Avenue Music Group, A Little Driving Music follows the bassist’s wide-ranging holiday album, Celebrate Me Home, and the remixed and remastered digital release of his stunning tribute album Bromberg Plays Hendrix.

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