The singer songwriter and guitarist from Adelaide.
Terry Bradford started life in London but headed down under with his family at 16.
Was a one man show, he has also written songs for prominant groups.
In the seventies his work was normally as a one man band.
Terry writes blues, country, jazz and rock, but can’t predict the style of his next song.
“Keith Richards used to say that all the songs are in the atmosphere, flying around waiting to be picked, and that’s pretty much the way it is with me.”
Terry also runs independent label, Round Records, which he started in 1989. He has only ever recorded and supported music that he's enjoyed. And says he can’t do it just to make money.”
“He's always been good at enjoying other people’s talent and says that he doesn't have to be at the front, letting people’s voice come through is important.”
Manager of radio 5MMM, Adelaide.
he’s played in well-known Adelaide bands, including July 14th, The Every Brothers and Those Kodiaks.
His current band, The Texettes began in 2005.
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