Lou Brotman began his musical journey on guitar at an early age, playing during the folk music revival. He played in many local bands, and in the 70’s co- founded the East Powelton Jazz Collective, and began a long period of studying music, receiving an A.A. from Philadelphia Community College in Jazz guitar, and a B.A. in music and teaching certification from Rutgers. He then toured with The Silhouettes, of “Get A Job” fame, where he played guitar and served as musical director, and a tour on guitar with the legendary Organist Bill Doggett, famous for instrumentals like “Honky Tonk”. He now works predominantly as a bass Guitarist,while teaching Guitar and bass.
Preferred styles incude, Blues, Jazz, Funk ,Reggae, and Classic Rock.