Diversely talented writer, performer & actor, Tom Brosseau duets with John C.
Reilly (yes, the actor) for a Third Man Records (Jack White’s label) 7” vinyl release.
Brosseau sings with Reilly on 2 songs by The Delmore Brothers. The release is
appropriately titled John & Tom.
Brosseau toured northern Europe in March 2012, supporting Damien Jurado for the
release of Jurado’s new album, Maraqopa. Tour dates included a London UK date and
the fabriQ Festival in Den Bosch NL.
In his debut star acting role, Brosseau plays the lead in Wonder Valley, a short fiction film
by Andrew van Baal set for 2012 release. Brosseau appeared in van Baal’s documentary
about legendary LA club, Largo.
The Sundance-winning documentary, How To Die In Oregon, featured Brosseau’s version
of “In My Time of Dyin’” for opening credits. His music pops up on Showtime’s
Shameless, and Brosseau wrote & performs the theme music for indie film Bucksville,
which just garnered a soundtrack nomination from the Madrid Film Festival.
Raised in Grand Forks, North Dakota, Brosseau now resides in Los Angeles. In addition
to duets with John C. Reilly, he joins Fiona Apple and the Watkins Family Hour (Sean and
Sara Watkins) at Largo and is an oft-invited musical guest for comedians Paul F.
Tompkins and Margaret Cho.
Brosseau has performed and recorded with classical violinist Hilary Hahn, X leader John
Doe, John Parish, and the Heartbreakers’ Benmont Tench. He has 3 full-length solo
releases & a Les Shelleys duo album on FatCat Records. Touring includes support for PJ
Harvey & John Parish, Adem, Amiina, Müm, Mice Parade, and Nickel Creek.