Meet Dale Ann Bradley
A former Coon Creek Girl and mainstay at Kentucky's Renfro Valley Barn Dance, Bradley commands a list of awards as long as Highway 40, yet a few minutes with her tells you she is something even more than extraordinarily gifted – she's extraordinarily human. A Primitive Baptist preacher's daughter out of the hills of Kentucky where no musical instruments were allowed, Bradley grew up in a self-described "backwoods holler" down a rural road where electricity and running water weren't available until she was in high school – something she has more in common with the first generation of bluegrass than her contemporaries in today's scene.
Dale Ann Bradley - Guitar/Vocal
Tim Dishman - Bass/Vocal
Matt Leadbetter - Dobro/Harmony Vocal
Steve Wilson - Banjo
Scott Powers - Mandolin/Harmony Vocal
More About Dale Ann Bradley
Bluegrass music is one of the uniquely American musical genres, and no one carries on its illustrious tradition better than Pinecastle recording artist Dale Ann Bradley. A five time International Bluegrass Music Association (IBMA) Female Vocalist of the Year, and twice nominated by the Society for the Preservation of Bluegrass Music (SPBGMA) for Traditional Female Vocalist of the Year, Dale Ann has achieved international acclaim for her true blue vocals.
Dale Ann Bradley is a one of a kind bluegrass musician with a way of bringing honesty and truth to the surface of any song. Her vocal reveals the heart of the lyric and has the ability to conjure emotion from any audience. Dale Ann is truly a beloved bluegrass heroine who maintains authenticity to the genre while adding her own unique stamp.
With the release of her latest self-titled, self-produced, album on Pinecastle Records, Dale Ann Bradley proves yet again that she is the rare bluegrass artist that we all search for. She is as authentic as it gets.Official Website