Bradley Scott Malone 3QS066
Bradley Scott Malone tackles the 3 Questions and a Song gauntlet.
- Can you talk a little bit about your journey in life and music and about the inspiring turn around that you have made for yourself?
- What made you want to write a book and can you give us a quick commercial about your book, What would Grandpa Do?
- What has changed in the scene both for the good and the bad?
- Who is your musical idol and what 1 questions would you ask them?
- Tell me about an embarrassing moment that you’ve had on stage.
- What would you sell your soul to the devil for musically.
- If you could play with any musician in the history of world at any venue, who and where?
- I see you have been doing music for well over 20 years. What keeps you motivated to keep creating and putting out good music? asked by Gallo Locknez on episode 65
About Bradly Scott Malone
Bradley’s travels have taken him from the U.S. Air Force; to almost netting a 1990s major label deal; to spiraling and bouncing off rock bottom many times again; to living with various family members and struggling to make ends meet with dead end jobs. Ultimately, Bradley’s journey is a story of hope and soulful triumph. Bradley had a spiritual awakening in 1997, and hasn’t had a drink since. He’s happily married, and, in his 50s, Bradley is enjoying a creative renaissance as a signed contemporary folk artist and songwriter.
Today, the Pittsburgh-based artist returns with his sophomore EP, Shades Of Indigo, which will be his Vault Records debut. The 5-song EP will be preceded by the single, California. His music is a timeless slice of Americana, featuring songs of hope, heartache, and songs of wars both fought in the mind and on land. Bradley’s songwriting recalls classic artists like Jim Croce, John Prine, and Don McLean, and contemporary acts like Mandolin Orange, The Avett Brothers, and Gregory Alan Isakov.
About the song, California
California was released as a single in May of 2021 prior to it’s inclusion on the Shades of Indigo EP