Hot Tuna (photo: Ria Burman)
David Bromberg Quintet brought their dynamic rock and roll, country-bluegrass vibes to the Fillmore, supporting Hot Tuna.
David Bromberg Quintet got the crowd warmed up with bluesy grooves and quirky lyrical lines before Jorma Kaukonen of Hot Tuna joined David Bromberg on stage for a duet. Later, David Bromberg Quintet added a little ditty around a microphone, leaving their instruments on the ground and the vocal sounds combined. It was the sweetest little cherry on top of a great set.
Hot Tuna brought their raw rock and roll to the stage, playing peach to the happy, dancing crowd.