"In the late 60's the first wave of
guitar idols were Page, Clapton and Beck. Bromham's past work should be reappraised as he clearly slipped through the net"
ENCYCLOPEDIA OF POPULAR MUSIC
Del Bromham from West London is best
known as founding member and guitarist with Stray. It wasn’t until 2004 that Del
recorded his first solo album, ‘The Devil’s Highway’ which, unusually for Del,
was a more blues-based album with a combination of old songs which he remembered
from his childhood and some self-penned songs in the style of the old blues
masters. This coincided with the time that Del was asked to accompany and tour
with guitarist Leslie West on his “Blues To Die For” tour.
This was the first time that Del had played a completely solo acoustic set with no backing whatsoever and the audiences really enjoyed the solo set and so did Del. From this point Del decided to do more acoustic shows.
This solo offering from Del Bromham is the
latest step in an attempt to bring one of the long lost UK rock/blues
guitarists back to public recognition. Del formed Stray in 1969 and they
never really split up and still exist, having toured with both Mountain
and Iron Maiden last year. Bromham is currently out on tour with Leslie
West and presumably airing this new material, and dates are being booked
for his new band - The Devils - later in the year.
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