Bradley Hall is from the Pilbara region in Western Australia. Bradley first picked up a guitar as a 15-year-old as a way to pass the time living in remote communities and working on mine sites and instantly fell in love with storytelling through song.
Bradley is known for entertaining audiences with a mix of classic country, rock and blues cover songs as well as bringing powerfully honest stories through his own original songs to the stage. Heavily influenced by country music legends – Johnny Cash, Waylon Jennings, Randy Travis and Slim Dusty – Bradley has spent the last two decades performing and touring to craft a unique country music sound.
Bradley has independently released two albums – “Finally” in 2010 and “No Easy Road” in 2015. He is just about to release his third and most soul-bearing album – “Back to Country” – which includes a collaboration with three-time Golden Guitar Winner, Amber Lawrence.
Bradley has performed at many events, mine sites and pubs through-out Western Australia, including:
- Supporting Troy Cassar-Daley at the Nindji Nindji Concert in Hedland;
- Supporting Lee Kernaghan at the Marble Bar Muster Party;
- Performing at the Perth Survival Concert;
- Opening act for The North West Festival;
- The Karijini Experience;
- The Fly by Night Indigenous Music Night;
- The Marble Bar Races; and
- Supporting Act for Hoodoo Gurus.
Passionate about showcasing talented and emerging musicians, Bradley Hall organised the Red Country Music Festival in 2018. Headlined by The Black Sorrows and a packed line up of brilliant entertainers, the Festival brings live country music back to the Pilbara and will be solid fixture on the Pilbara event calendar for years to come!