Bradley Lofton’s musical desires began developing as a child beating on his mother’s pots and pans with spoons to songs playing on the radio. He grew up in the small town of Waynesboro, Mississippi where he played drums in the school marching band. Bradley continued playing drums into his college years where he was a percussion major for a time and wanted to become a school band director. Up to this point Bradley primarily focused on being in music education until he moved next door to a music studio where a Christian rock band would practice once a week. He ran sound for them for several months to follow. It was these influences that led Bradley to believe that singing/songwriting would be in his future. Bradley played drums in a few Christian rock bands in the years following and even played drums and sang bass in a Southern Gospel quartet. It wasn’t until sharing the mike in a Contemporary Christian duo that he truly realized that he was destined to be on stage. Country music has always held a spot in Bradley’s heart, even though much of his experience comes from contemporary Christian and southern gospel. He began to feel more and more that country music is where he needed to be. It reflects more of his southern small town personality as well as being an avenue to portray his faith and love for family. Bradley married his blue eyed love of a lifetime in 1998. They currently live in Buckatunna, Mississippi which is a small community about 15 miles from Bradley’s hometown. There he helped raise a daughter and two sons. Bradley never became a band director. He earned a degree in electronics technology that he has used to support his family by working in different plants and eventually joining the oil and gas industry as an offshore rig ET. Past influences and his love for God and family has molded Bradley Lofton into an artist whose music is rooted in blue collar America.