Brad started singing and playing music at the age of three in church in North Carolina. The first instrument Brad taught himself how to play was the guitar, but soon began to experiment with the banjo and dobro. On his sixth birthday, his dad and mom gave him his first guitar, where he would play consistently, teaching himself how to play. In high school, he decided that he wanted to take part and join Richland High’s marching band, where he would become part of the drum line. After graduation, Brad became an instrumentalist and singer with Lorraine Jordan and Carolina Road. He started traveling all over the country and continued to do so for almost four years. Knowing that their were more opportunities out for him to explore, he moved to one of the biggest tourist areas, Pigeon Forge, Tennessee, where he would begin singing and playing at the Country Tonite Theatre. He made a name for himself there and became a part of the Dollywood family, and sat in with the bluegrass band Monroeville at times. For five years, Brad was known for his beautiful tenor voice and his amazing string playing in the Smoky Mountains. In September of 2014, he was given the option to go back out on the road, but this time, he would join Jeff & Sheri Easter. Guitar, banjo, dobro, mandolin, fiddle, bass, you name it, he plays it. Brad now resides in Seymour, TN. Summer of 2015, Brad rejoined Carolina Road to perform songs that he took part in from the Country Grass Project.