The Bradley Cole Discography
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Brad Cole was born and raised in Southern California. A student of music from a young age, he began guitar lessons at eight years old, and has performed with many music groups. Cole has four studio albums and one live record under his belt to date. Starting with 1994's Tonite which he produced himself, hiring Nashville session players to support his vocals and guitars. The result was an eclectic album of energetic original rock tunes and romantic ballads. One reviewer wrote, " some of the best studio musicians [in Nashville] back up the artist with intense saxophone solos and musical punctuation that gives an added edge to the tracks. I have a vast collection of popular music, but finding this CD was one of the best musical moments of my year."
Cole lived in Europe in the late 1980's where he established considerable success, both as an actor on two popular TV series, and a singer/songwriter. He returned to California in 1996 and immediately began recording his second album, All Your Dreams, which was released independently in 1997. It was re-released under the Nomadic Music label in 2000. The work is darker and more reflective than his previous album (Tonite). The lyrics pull no punches, and demonstrate his mastery of imagery and emotion. One reviewer wrote,"This is a remarkable collection of original music that takes you on an honest, insightful and revealing journey through the sorted passages of life and love "All Your Dreams" is a mature, more desperate representation of love and desire. "Dreams" is definitely the best song on the album. It's filled with grinding guitar solos, haunting backing vocals and penetrating lyrics such as "we have nothing left to lose so tell me all your dreams, I really want to care."
the release of In Our Time
in 2002, Cole has been appearing in numerous small acoustic venues across
the country both solo and occasionally with his band. In 2003, Cole
released another single, Can't
Live Without You. The release contains the popular song
Ten Thousand Miles Away which enjoyed radio play on Hot AC and
Top 40 stations in the U.S. He also released a live album in 2004, entitled
Live Tracks, which
commemorates his 2003-2004 concert tour. Bradley most recent release
is his fourth studio album, A
Human Thing, which includes the release of two singles, Our
Celebration and To Be Free. Brad is currently
working on music for a fifth studio album and continues to play live
gigs including his Annual Rock Show for Charity to benefit the American
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