Saul Broudy has been performing for over 40 years all over North America, Europe, Australia, New Zealand, and the Mid-East. He accompanies his singing on guitar, but is perhaps best-known as a harmonica player, having worked and recorded with such artists as Steve Goodman, Loudon Wainwright, Jim Ringer, Utah Phillips, Mick Moloney, and numerous others. He has recorded on over 25 albums. He has his own album, “Travels with Broudy,” and has recorded “In Country: Folk Songs of Americans in the Vietnam War” (Flying Fish) with six fellow Vietnam veterans.
Saul’s music covers a wide range of grassroots American genres, from traditional ballads to bluegrass, country, blues, Cajun, and rockabilly. He holds a PhD in folklore from the University of Pennsylvania, and his shows aim to inform as well as entertain.