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 has just released 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;
- Stomp the Crack Drought Relief Concert (Rockhampton, Queensland);
- Supporting Act for Hoodoo Gurus; and more recently
- Touring through Queensland.
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!
Tickets for the 2019 Red Country Music Festival featuring Headline act – Troy Cassar-Daley are on sale and can be purchased Here