Huge love and gratitude to Michael Witthaus and The Hippo for taking interest and sharing my story in such a wonderful way! I’m truly honored. Click here to view the article.
2014 is the year I finally decided to record and release my life’s work. My quintet’s instrumental album, Halogen, has received great feedback. I just finished recording 9 vocal tunes for an upcoming acoustic album, tentatively titled “Where The New World Begins”, which should be available by the 1st of September. I sang, played guitar, piano and bass, and had some fantastic guests join me on cajon/percussion, background vocals, upright and electric bass. In the meantime, those who are interested in acquiring some of my original pop/rock stuff can pick up a disc of solo acoustic cuts (just voice and guitar) that I’ll have available at my many summer shows (see the calendar page). The big goal for the end of the year is to record and release a full-length, fully produced, full band album of most of my newer material. It’ll have rockers with blazing guitar solos, radio-friendly pop tunes, and some great featured artists from around the world. Details to come. In the meantime you can get updates about where I’m playing and other musical endeavors by liking my facebook page, www.facebook.com/bradmyrickmusic. Love and gratitude, Brad Myrick
Brad Myrick Quintet’s CD release concert last Saturday was a great success! I’m proud to say that we broke the attendance record for Amoskeag Studio, filling to capacity including standing-room-only tickets. Our first studio album, Halogen, will be available online in just a few days. For those interested in hard copies of the album in the meantime please send an email to email@example.com. CD’s will be available for $13 including shipping in the USA or $10 in person.
The calendar page will always be up to date during website development.
Brad composes instrumental music which he performs in his group, the Brad Myrick Quintet.
- Brad plays and sings both original music and his versions of popular cover tunes.
photo by Rebecca Rideout