Carter Brady – Blue Reverb Album

NEW ALBUM

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Nostalgic, heartwarming and full of attitude!

Former NY musician, singer and songwriter, Brady is now gracing the Nashville scene and bringing unique alternative flare to country music city. A breakthrough indie-rock artist, Carter’s new album “Blue Reverb” is one that will take you back to the nostalgic 90’s. The album’s sound is unique in that it is a crossover between modern-american indie rock and 90s alternative rock.

Watch Carter perform one of his songs from the album here:

“As many of my close friends and family know, most of my musical influence comes from a long list of rock artists like The Beatles, Foo Fighters, Nirvana, Smashing Pumpkins, Oasis, Green Day, Radiohead, Weezer, Royal Blood, Goo Goo Dolls, Cage the Elephant, Tame Impala, Arctic Monkeys and most recently Soccer Mommy, Snail Mail and Mac DeMarco (I’m sure I’m even missing some). The reason it’s so long is because it really is hard for me to pinpoint exactly what I take from each of those artists, however I definitely try to emulate some of their tendencies in my own music as a sort of tribute to them.”  – Carter Brady 

Known for his versatility in a wide variety of instruments (guitar, vocals, bass guitar, drums, piano, synthesizer, ukulele, mandolin) and styles ranging from all forms of rock, blues, jazz, and recently LoFi with his new side project North Village, Carter has received positive feedback from artists like William Goldsmith of Foo Fighters and Sunny Day Real Estate, Grady Owens (engineer for Yeasayer, Kim Gordon, etc.; performed live with Nada Surf, Mastodon, etc.), Franz Stahl of Scream and Foo Fighters, Aaron Comess of Spin Doctors, Joey Pecoraro, Quinn Sullivan, and many others.

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About the Author
My experiences in life taught me lessons that are meant to be shared and inspire people. I thank my family for the motivation and my God, who orchestrates everything. My life, to Him and Him alone.
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