After decades on the Australian music stage, Brod has a long list of credits to his name most notably as chief dog for Australian legends, "The Dingoes". He is considered to be a legend by his legion of fans, a consummate performer by many of his contemporaries and an elder statesman by the new guard of fellow musicians.
In 2018, Broderick released his album Man Out of Time simultaneously with his very first book. A study in vivid storytelling and mature restraint, Man Out of Time arrives 10 years since Brod's last solo album, Unknown Country, and eight since Tracks, his brief return to his legendary '70s band, the Dingoes.
It's fair to say that much has changed, not least in the spellbinding tone that can only come with the patience of a seasoned master craftsman.
And after all these years, there is still nobody to compare with Broderick Smith.
In a special intimate performance, Broderick is accompanied by long-time collaborator, Richard Tankard on the grand piano.
This special vault session features a recording of the band performing at Bird's Basement in Feb 2020.