Soulful storytelling through song runs through Bradley Hall‘s blood.
A Nyiyaparli man from the Eastern Pilbara in Western Australia, Bradley Hall is no stranger to dirt roads, fresh country air and long drives through our beautiful country. Bradley’s love of country music and sharing stories has seen him travel over 50,000 kilometres across 15 tours throughout regional Western Australia, Queensland, Tamworth and New Zealand performing at pubs, clubs, mine sites and festivals.
In 2018 Bradley Hall toured his third full length release Back to Country, which garnered much airplay across community stations and ABC nationally, and features several collaborations, including ‘My Heart, My Land’ with three-time Golden Guitar Winner Amber Lawrence. ‘My Heart, My Land’ was added to ABC Local national playlist and is accompanied by a stunning video featuring the vibrant Pilbara landscapes in remote West Australia.
These are the places where Bradley Hall roams and writes his country music which draws inspiration from his life travels, connecting with family, fellow remote artists and speaking emotion through his lyrics.
Bradley was awarded Best Band (and Best Music Video) at the NAIDOC Music Awards and West Australian Country Music Video Clip of the Year at the Boyup Brook Country Music Awards in 2019. His much-anticipated fourth album will be recorded in 2020 and will showcase several collaborations with a bunch of talented homegrown country music artists. He is excited hit the open road again as he starts touring again to share his unique songs with communities around regional Australia.
Bradley’s passion for sharing music and bringing people together through the power of song is undeniably his greatest love. In 2014, he created a Pilbara based country music festival and donated profits to initaitves that support the prevention of youth suicide. Over the past couple of years, this festival has grown to become the Red Country Music Festival and has featured country music legends – Troy Cassar-Daley and Amber Lawrence, The Black Sorrows and a raft of talented Pilbara based artists. Proceeds from the festival are donated to purchasing music equipment and providing music workshops for young people in remote Aboriginal communities in the Pilbara.
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