Dave Bronze started his professional recording career working as the bassist for Robin Trower. He played on Trower's Back It Up album, released in 1983. He joined various bands from the late '80s up to 1990, joining Procol Harum in 1991, with whom he recorded several albums. Next he joined up with Gary Brooker, after a short time in a group called the Hamsters. He worked with Eric Clapton between the years of 1993 and 1997. He also worked with Belinda Carlisle, the Art of Noise, and Ray Davies. He has even made an appearance in the classic blues-rock world by performing on the Man Amongst Men album by Bo Diddley.