American guitarist.

Before adding credits here please consider:
For liner note etc. J. Bradford Robinson
Australian guitarist Brad Robinson (n.b., died 1996 in Melbourne)
American guitarist Brad Robinson (2)

Bradford Robinson is a singer/songwriter, originally from Denver, Colorado USA who has released two solo efforts to date, It's Ironic...But So Is This, and his latest, Enthusiastically Lost. EL hosts a healthy sixteen tunes encompassing an eclectic range of genres; from rock to jazz to folk, to new age instrumentals. The title itself reflects his view of life.

"Every time I go through a major change in life, I find myself excited for a fresh beginning, yet apprehensive of the path."

Robinson moved to Sydney Australia in December of 2000 and immediately hooked up with Afro Moses O'Jah Band from Ghana West Africa. Robinson has been their guitarist of choice whenever Afro Moses is in Australia, enabling him to perform on the East and West coasts of Australia 4 times, as well as New Caledonia. As the only white member of the band, Bradford has had the opportunity to learn the musical styling of Ghanaian music as well as some of the customs and language.

A multi-talented musician, Robinson sings, plays the guitar, banjo, mandolin, piano, bass, harmonica, lap steel, bowed psaltery, and percussion.


Instruments & Performance

502 Bradford Robinson - Cellobotomy album art Gideon Freudmann Gideon Freudmann - Cellobotomy(CD) Gadfly Records 502 US 1995 Sell This Version
GADFLY 228 Bradford Robinson - Adobe Dog House album art Gideon Freudmann Gideon Freudmann - Adobe Dog House(CD, Album) Gadfly Records GADFLY 228 US 1997 Sell This Version


D90012 Bradford Robinson - Enthusiastically Lost album art Bradford Robinson Bradford Robinson - Enthusiastically Lost(CD, Album) Hellebore Ltd. D90012 US 1998 Sell This Version


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December 30, 2017
As far as I've been able to tell, this Bradford Robinson is identical to Brad Robinson (2). Note in particular that Track 3 of "It's Ironic..." appears to be the same as Brad Robinson (2)'s track on the "New Music 10" compilation.