Growing up with a musical palette that ranged from Motown and Stax to Rock ‘n Roll and musical theater, Everett Bradley’s musical discography and touring life defy categorization.
His album credits include the iconic records: David Bowie’s Hours, Bruce Springsteen’s High Hopes, and Cyndi Lauper’s Twelve Deadly Cyns, as well as Quincy Jones’ Q’s Jook Joint, which earned him a Grammy nomination.
Whether it’s Bon Jovi’s This Left Feels Right, Daryl Hall’s Laughing Down Crying, The Weather Girls The Woman I Am, or Cher’s “Believe” remixes, Everett’s musical imprint is felt far and wide.
Not to be overlooked, however, is Everett’s own original music and artistry that embodies the best, also, of the many worlds he inhabits.
His dance hit, “I Luv U Baby” by The Original (in which he sang lead), topped the pop charts at #2 in the U.K.
And when he wasn’t busy touring, Everett released a few of his own soulful records:
As Ever It Is, the holiday record, Toy, and his R&B funk classic Holidelic
Everett can currently be seen and heard on tour with Bon Jovi…click HERE for dates!