Bergman Broom's sprawling and topical catalog of original songs has been called "....by turns satirical, funny, acerbic, then somber and evocative... but ultimately all so relate-able."
He performs on a soft-picked or rice-krinkly electric guitar and sometimes quiet piano, and yet baritone ukulele.
The song topics cover beard growth, bukowskian cityscapes, moon kissing, moonvine, moon mullins, lotto tables, auto woes, Ponce De Leon, a forgetful Stegosaurus, and even William Howard Taft. From love letters found in a desk drawer to candy-bar theft to insect homicide and even a studious, overeating prehistoric beast: his colorful and wit-drenched lyrics seem to cover it all.
Mr. Broom has opened and performed in shows with Graham Nash, Rick Danko (The Band), Suzanne Vega, Gilberto Gil, Baby Gramps and The Roches. He also was a mainstay as a mere nubile at the legendary Speakeasy in New York City's West Village during its salad days.