Brad Dear is a 21 year old raw folk singer/songwriter from Nottingham, blending his husky vocals with sing along choruses and stories about life.
Cutting his teeth on the live scene when just a teenager, Brad toured across Europe as a solo artist, raising funds for the charity ‘Rally for Heroes’, also gaining air play by Huw Stephens on #BBCRadioOne along the way.
Brad has further grown his reputation as a captivating young performer by playing gigs all over the country, along with notable appearances at Dot-to-Dot, Tramlines and other festivals where he has shared stages with a diverse range of artists such as Wolf Alice, Jess Glynne, Public Enemy and Scouting for Girls. Recently Brad was also asked to perform at Nottingham’s prestigious #RockCity for Twenty-One Pilots sold out after party.
He quite often pops down to us at roots acoustic evening solo and with his band
Currently, Brad is in the studio with a full band, working on new recordings with Jason Hart (Jake Bugg) as the Producer.