Bradleys can-do attitude is nothing new. After graduating with a classical-music degree from Indiana University in 2001, she moved to New York City -- 10 days before 9/11. The attacks, she says, inspired a huge batch of songs. It was the first time in my life that I didnt feel like I was in control, says Bradley. In the midst of this war zone, my guitar and I found a happy medium.
In 2003, Bradley relocated to L.A., where she juggled hostess and singing gigs. Her résumé eventually ended up in Bonaduces hands. L.A. is where I grew up and became a woman, says Bradley. I also learned that you never know whats around the corner in L.A. Every day is an adventure there, and the CD is my musical diary.
Sat., Sept. 22, 9 p.m., 2007
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