Bradley, Everett

Everett Bradley (born March 16, 1963, Greenwood, SC) is an American musician best known as the percussionist on tour with Bruce Springsteen from 2012 through 2014. He also plays the keyboard and saxophone in addition to writing his own songs and plays. He was raised in Muncie, IN before attending the University of Indiana School of Music, and in 1989, he joined John Eddie on the Jersey music scene to record and tour. He has also recorded and toured with Joey Ramone, Jon Bon Jovi, Hall & Oates, Carly Simon, and David Bowie among others. He ventured into New York City Theater as a co-creator of the Broadway play Swing and was nominated for a Grammy Award for his work with Stomp. His own Everett Bradley Band plays theatrical rock, jazz and funk, and he is the creator, writer and lead character of the edgy New York holiday funk phenomenon HOLIDELIC, on tour this holiday season.

Source: brucespringsteen.net


Performed 5 times live with Bruce Springsteen, excluding those as a member of The E Street Choir.

Performed 172 times live with Bruce Springsteen as a member of The E Street Choir.


Not as a member of The E Street Choir: As a member of The E Street Choir:

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