CALEB BRONZ, a drummer based in Burlington, Vermont, plays and records with a wide variety of groups and artists including Barika, Ray Vega Latin Jazz Sextet, Mister Chris and Friends, Birdcode, The Patricia Julien Project, Prydein, Daby Toure, Michael Arnowitt, Mighty Sam McClain, Johnny A, and others in addition to many freelance performances and recording sessions. He’s been a part of groups that play reggae, hip-hop, big-band and small-combo jazz, rock, pop, drum&bass, latin-jazz, bluegrass, musical-theatre, blues, salsa, and more, from fully arranged to completely improvisational. Caleb’s playing can be heard on many recordings including Mike Gordon’s “Moss”, with the legendary guitarist for Mitch Ryder and the Detroit Wheels, “Jim McCarty and Friends”, Grammy nominee and Handy Blues Award winner Mighty Sam McClain’s “Betcha Didn’t Know”, and many others.

Professional touring experience includes many tours of Europe including festivals such as the Stockholm Jazz Festival, as well as trips to Russia, Turkey, Thailand, and much of the U.S.

Caleb operates a busy project studio called The Drum Room, where he records music for an assortment of clients. In addition, Caleb is the Lead Audio Engineer for the Vermont PBS television production, “Mister Chris and Friends,” and is responsible for recording and mixing all music for the show.

Caleb is currently performing regionally with a wide variety of groups, recording, and teaching drumset lessons as an adjunct faculty member of The University of Vermont.