Former Ten Tenor Bradley McCaw Beats Lockdown Blues on 'So Glad' - 96five Family Radio

Former Ten Tenor Bradley McCaw Beats Lockdown Blues on ‘So Glad’

The Brisbane vocalist gets his Motown groove on with a track that will lift your spirits and have you dancing around the kitchen!

By 96five Tuesday 12 Oct 2021MusicReading Time: 2 minutes

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Bradley McCaw is an award winning singer/songwriter, combining blue eyed soul, Motown vibes, rock n roll energy, and catchy pop melodies.

This isn’t a throwback, it’s the emergence of one of the brightest writer/vocalists creating music today.

Hailing from Brisbane, Bradley spent fifteen long years making good in every job a musician and writer could possibly have, ending his day with a stack of old vinyls by his bed and a dream to create music like his heroes. In February of 2022 he will realise this dream and release his debut rock’n’roll album, Worried Minds.

His career started on the somewhat, opposite side of the tracks; singing classical music with International singing group The Ten Tenors, achieving his first world tour and a performance at an internationally televised AFL Grand Final.

During this time, he also performed lead roles in musicals like Rent, Les Miserable and won the International Cabaret Showcase with a one man tour de force performance, featuring an original script and score, culminating in another Australian Tour and a sold out performance on New York’s, 42nd Street.

It was around this time Bradley first connected with L.A. session legend/producer/guitarist Louie Shelton. Louie’s long and illustrious career includes credits performing on, or producing records in Los Angeles for The Jacksons, Lionel Ritchie, Marvin Gaye, Whitney Houston, The Monkeys, Neil Diamond, Seals & Crofts, and so many more.

In the studio with Australian jazz virtuoso James Morrison.

But with lockdowns having taken such a heavy toll on Australians throughout 2021, Bradley has burst out of the studio with the single ‘So Glad’.  It’s an old school Motown toe tapper that will have you kicking the COVID blues away and up and dancing around the kitchen in no time!

McCaw also put out a challenge to his fans; film themselves dancing around their kitchen for inclusion in the song’s video clip.  The result is a video that will bring everyone a little bit of joy, and put a smile on your face.

To keep up to date with Bradley, follow him on Facebook or Instagram.