Aron Bradley: bass, vocals, guitar, drums, pedal steel, percussion, keyboards and harmonica. Aron’s musical career began in Oakland California with cello lessons in the 5th grade. In 7th grade, as second cellist in a statewide orchestra competition, he and his classmates won an all expense paid trip to the New York World’s Fair in 1964. As a junior at Berkeley High School, in 1968, he was the lead vocalist and harmonica player for a blues band. The bay area music scene was a rich soil where this budding musician found his roots. In 1970 he moved to Manhattan and played in a duo at Greenwich Village coffee houses and clubs. He traveled around the U.S. for a year and gained more knowledge of America’s diverse musical styles before returning to the bay area. There he played in rock, blues, jazz, funk, R&B, latin, top 40 and country bands sharing the stage with the talents of Fast Floyd and the Firebirds, Sonny Rhodes, Honey Davis, Buddy Miles, Ricky Thomas, Suze Caruse, Code of the West and East Bay Mud before forming his own bands: 24K, Soul’d Out and S.C.R.B. He moved to Salem in 1991. In 2002 he joined with Scott Johnson and Tony Briggs to create Healin’ which is an eclectic, musically diverse trio formed on the belief that music holds the power to heal. The trio parted ways in 2004 after Aron produced a 12 song CD. Aron is currently producing 2 albums; 'ADB' a solo album of original music composed and performed by Aron and 'Earthtones' the first in a series of Ambiant music albums also created by the composer.
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