Chuck Brodsky

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Chuck Brodsky

“Chuck Brodsky can sing, fingerpick, and strum with the best of ’em...a storyteller, and a riveting one at that... an underlying tone of warmth and compassion runs through all his carefully observed narratives." -Acoustic Guitar Magazine Chuck and his songs have appeared in several films and on tv. His beloved Philadelphia Phillies featured an interview with him as well as his song “Whitey & Harry” in the documentary “Richie Ashburn: A Baseball Life.” The 2003 Sony Pictures release “Radio” included a cameo by Chuck as well as his closing title track. “Moe Berg: The Song” is featured in the PBS film “Jews and Baseball: An American Love Story” (2010). Kathy Mattea’s recording of his song “We Are Each Other’s Angels” is in the film “Dear Mr. Goodlife” (1998). “Blow ‘em Away” has been recorded by David Wilcox and many others, and also appears on the Christine Lavin produced “Laugh Tracks.”

The Baseball Ballads
Song
Ballad of Eddie Klepp Favorite License
Whitey & Harry Favorite License
Gone to Heaven Favorite License
Lefty Favorite License
Dock Ellis' No-No Favorite License
Letters in the Dirt Favorite License
Bonehead Merkle Favorite License
Take Me Out to the Ball Game Favorite License
Moe Berg: The Song Favorite License
The Unnatural Shooting of Eddie Waitkus Favorite License