He has been making music ever since his brother gave him "Revolver" by the Beatles when he was just a boy. Listening to his music, you can tell that the Beatles highly influenced Brady Harris indeed. As well as Simon & Garfunkel. To make a long story short, his soft folk-pop is a pleasure for your ears.
No wonder Brady's albums have been critically acclaimed and his tours brought him "from Brussels to Liverpool, L.A. to Boston, Portland to Paris, New York to Texas". Since two weeks ago, you can also find three of his songs on jamendo, from his EP North Hollywood Skyline.
He actually found out about jamendo via this interview that Derek Sivers, an American blogger and founder of famed website CD Baby, made with our Chief of Music, Patrick Haour, at MIDEM in January. It called Brady's attention to jamendo and he thought: "Hopefully people will hear my music who wouldn’t have otherwise." We are pretty sure they will.
In only two weeks, his EP has already been downloaded 115 times. And maybe Brady's dreams for the future will come true: "More people hearing the NoHo Sound. Football stadiums. Carnegie Hall."