Carl Broemel

Carl Broemel (born January 30, 1974)[1] is an American rock musician. He currently plays guitar, pedal steel guitar, saxophone and sings back-up vocals for the Louisville, Kentucky band My Morning Jacket. He played guitar in the pop/rock band Old Pike [2] and in the alternative pop/rock band Silvercrush.[3]

Carl Broemel
Born (1974-01-30) January 30, 1974 (age 48)[1]
GenresPsychedelic rock, indie rock
InstrumentsGuitar, pedal steel guitar, vocals, saxophone
LabelsATO Records, MapleMusic Recordings (Canada)
WebsiteOfficial Website


Broemel grew up on the northside of Indianapolis, Indiana. The son of a symphony musician, he attended school and graduated from Pike High School.

In 2007 Broemel was listed among Rolling Stone's "20 New Guitar Gods" along with My Morning Jacket frontman Jim James.[4] He has also released two solo albums.[5] In 2010, he released his "Nashville" record All Birds Say.[6] On October 11, 2010, Broemel played as a sit in guitarist with The Roots on Late Night with Jimmy Fallon. In December 2010 Broemel contributed to Wanda Jackson's album The Party Ain't Over.[7]

In 2019, Broemel accompanied Ray LaMontagne during LaMontagne's Just Passing Through Tour. Broemel played guitar, pedal steel guitar, and sang back-up vocals on the November 9 and 10, 2019 tour dates in Denver, Colorado.[8]


  • Duesenberg Starplayer TV (black with gold pickguard)[9]


Solo albumsEdit

  • Lose What's Left (2004)
  • All Birds Say (2010)
  • 4th of July (2016)
  • Wished Out (2018)
  • Brokenhearted Jubilee (2019) (EP, with Eric Hopper)

With My Morning JacketEdit


  1. ^ a b The Associated Press (19 January 2021). "Celebrity birthdays for the week of Jan. 24-30". Retrieved 30 July 2021.
  2. ^ [1] All Music
  3. ^ [2] All Music
  4. ^ "Rolling Stone’s New School Of Guitar Gods" Stereogum - February 12, 2007
  5. ^ Puckett, Jeffrey Lee "My Morning Jacket's Carl Broemel releases solo album" The Courier-Journal - August 31, 2010
  6. ^ Kayce, Aaron
  7. ^ Hasty, Katie "Jack White and Wanda Jackson cover Bob Dylan" Hit Fix - December 13, 2010
  8. ^ Russell, Josie (November 11, 2019). "Review - Ray LaMontagne Let his Songs Speak for Themselves on Night One at the Paramount Theatre". 303 Archived from the original on 2019-11-11.
  9. ^[dead link]

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