One Man and His Guitar
Catch a dirt roads version of Vera’s Shoes… how two different colored shoes and a girl named Vera shaped Brad’s view on living out a dream.
Brad’s acoustic style ranges from delicate fingerstyle to his signature percussive right-hand strum technique, but always authentic and played from the soul.
Here’s what former McNally-Smith School of Music Songwriting instructor and international artist Jill Holly has to say …
“Brad Dunse and his music are like fresh baked bread, touching so many senses at once and one slice is truly not enough. His storytelling is simple and complex all at the same time … finding a place in one’s heart and head … never one dimensional.”
Pleasing audiences young and old and everything in between, Brad has played from live radio to songwriter showcases, churches to bars, festivals to community amphitheaters, and coffeehouses to city park systems … and more.
Brad’s music has been heard on internet web stations across the country, independent and public radio stations, with a debut to the major country market with The Wall, a tribute to the Viet Vets and to those names on the memorial wall in Washington DC.
“I have heard a lot of folk performances in my life, and few of them really moved me the way your music did last night, and I really mean that – it got through to the crusty old locked-up guarded defensive disappointed discouraged rusty part of my soul and woke it up. I thank you for that. Your melodies have true emotional impact that I have seldom seen the equal of.” –Sue West, Performing Folk Artist
Interested in a booking?
Interested in having Brad play at your …
- House concert
- Private event
- Songwriter showcase
- Or whatever you have in mind …
E-mail using the contact link or just call 715-760-0712.
Listen to a medley sample of all original songs, recorded at various studios and venues.
“Each second we are on this earth is a gift. My hope is at the night’s end the listening audience exits the room with the same level of appreciation for our gift exchange as I have playing for them.” –Brad Dunse