Dave Blomberg's musical career as a guitar player and songwriter started aged 19, with Reading based band Asylum in 1991. Asylum released two albums on German Independent label Houses in Motion, touring in Europe and recording in the USA.

In February 1993, Dave was invited to join Bradford based group New Model Army as guitar player. During more than 12 years with the band, Dave played all over the world including many tours in Europe, USA and Canada, BBC Radio 1 and Radio 5 sessions, TV appearances and numerous festivals including the Glastonbury Festival in 2002. He recorded albums with the band that were released on EMI records and leading independant labels worldwide.
During time taken off from New Model Army in the autumn of 1993, Dave teamed up with New Model Army's singer Justin Sullivan to form an acoustic duo and embarked on tours of Switzerland and Sweden. They recorded the highly acclaimed live album Big Guitars In Little Europe which was released on Wooltown Records in 1994.
Dave has also recorded and toured with his own band Nozzle with which he recorded three albums, Winter (2001), Twisted Vision (2004) and Empires (2008). In October 2005 Nozzle were signed to Warner Music label Cordless Recordings, by music legend Jac Holzman in the U.S and released the Mystery E.P in October 2005 and the Let Me Down E.P in June 2006. Nozzle's song called "Fatal Beauty" which was written by Dave was used as part of the soundtrack for US independent film Cherry Crush released by Post Central Entertainment in February 2007.
Dave has continued to work as session guitarist through out his career in Europe and the USA, performing with musicians such as Rev Hammer, working with the Freeborn John band at Beautiful Days Festival in Devon in 2005 from which a live DVD was released and a subsequent tour of the U.K in 2008.