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Tom Brosseau Biography, Age, Family, Wife, Discography And Net Worth

Tom Brosseau is an American musical storyteller and guitarist. He was awarded Key to the City of Grand Forks by Mayor Michael R. Brown in 2007, in part due to his original album of music, Grand Forks, which was dedicated to the people along the Red River of the North who lived through the 1997 Red River flood.

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Tom Brosseau Biography

Tom Brosseau is an American musical storyteller and guitarist. He was awarded Key to the City of Grand Forks by Mayor Michael R. Brown in 2007, in part due to his original album of music, Grand Forks, which was dedicated to the people along the Red River of the North who lived through the 1997 Red River flood.

Tom Brosseau Age

Tom Brosseau (Born Thomas Anderson Brosseau) in Grand Forks, North Dakota, United States.

Tom Brosseau Family

Thomas Anderson Brosseau was born and raised in Grand Forks, North Dakota, United States. He learned to play acoustic guitar from his grandmother. As he explains; He grew up with music in the church, in the school and music at home. He learned a lot of hymnal and folk songs, both traditional and contemporary, and since he was influenced by what his grandparents listened to. In that sense, I studied the singers and songwriters of the Great American Songbook.

Tom Brosseau Wife

He has managed to keep his personal life off the limelight and hence there is no known information about it.

Tom Brosseau Career

In 2003, Brosseau moved to Los Angeles and began performing at the renowned club Largo, where he met Sara and Sean Watkins. Sean Watkins recorded both Brosseau’s albums North Dakota Impressions (2016) and Grass Punks (2014), which included the song “We Were Meant To Be Together” and was later featured in the original Netflix series Love. John Parish (PJ Harvey) produced Perfect Abandon (2015) with Brosseau and a 3-piece band at The Cube theater in Bristol UK, using only a single mic.

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He has toured in Japan, Canada, Portugal, Iceland, and Australia. He also sings and plays guitar with Becky Stark, Sebastian Steinberg, and John C. Reilly in John Reilly & Friends. In 2011, they released the Jack White-produced Blue Series 7″ singles John & Tom (TMR-112) and Becky & John (TMR-113) on Third Man Records.

His compositions have been covered by many artists. Notably, his song “How to Grow a Woman from the Ground” was covered by Chris Thile, who released a 2006 album of the same name. In 2010, Experimental folk-pop duo Christy & Emily covered “Here Comes The Water Now”, a song originally featured on Grand Forks, and also in 2010 the band Mice Parade covered his song “Mary Anne” on their album What It Means To Be Left-Handed.

Collaborations

In 2002, Brosseau’s musical collaborations include a folk duo with singer-songwriter Gregory Page called The American Folksingers, which began in San Diego, California. The American Folksingers released two volumes of American folk music on Page’s Bed Pan Records for which Lou Curtiss was a musical advisor.

Les Shelleys, his folk duo with Yuba City, California native singer-songwriter Angela Correa, also began in San Diego, California in the early 2000s. They released one album on FatCat Records in 2010, Les Shelleys, and toured extensively in the U.S., U.K., and Europe. Brosseau is often part of the Watkins Family Hour, headed by sister and brother, Sean and Sara Watkins, in Los Angeles, California.

The North Dakota Trilogy

Brosseau’s three Crossbill Records releases North Dakota Impressions (2016), Perfect Abandon (2015), and Grass Punks (2014) are a trilogy, informally known as the North Dakota Trilogy. As he explains: “The trilogy visits life from a local perspective, taking the listener on a journey that doesn’t clip along uniformly on some common interstate but treads at its own pace on a rural route.

More glances, more investigations, and introspections, more light, darker. Memories, imaginings, longings for a place, a home. My sense of home is probably the dearest thing I hold. I work to preserve it. I go back into my memories and dreams of where I grew up and I explore, not as a detective but a cartographer. Noting each item and each room I am able to keep everything alive, and when everything is alive it is glorious. So daily I roam through any place or structure I’ve ever been. I visit with people that have long since been dead. I sit in a park with my favorite weather.”

Tom Brosseau Net Worth

Brosseau is an American musical storyteller and guitarist. However, his estimated net worth is still under review.

Tom Brosseau Discography

  • North Dakota (2002)
  • Late Night at Largo (2004)
  • What I Mean To Say Is Goodbye (2005)
  • Empty Houses Are Lonely (2006)
  • Tom Brosseau (2006)
  • Grand Forks (2007)
  • Cavalier (2007)
  • Posthumous Success (2009)
  • Les Shelleys (2010)
  • John & Tom (2011)
  • Grass Punks (2014)
  • Perfect Abandon (2015)
  • North Dakota Impressions (2016)

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