Born: August 24, 1967
Atlanta native Bradford Rogers is a producer, engineer, singer, songwriter, and multi-instrumentalist. He is the founder and owner of independent label Worldsongs, Inc., whose mission is to nurture talented undiscovered artists in a variety of genres, focusing on jazz, worldbeat, and ethnic-influenced music.
Bradford is a Recording Academy Chapter Governor, and has performed with such multiplatinum artists as Michael McDonald, James Brown, Bobby Valentino, En Vogue's Dawn Robinson, Sleepy Brown and Cee-Lo.
Bradford has performed as a featured artist at venues such as the Atlanta Jazz Festival, has won awards including the Future Of Jazz competition, has appeared on programs such as Fox 5's Good Day Atlanta; and his music is played regularly on jazz and college radio stations including Atlanta's flagship jazz station WCLK FM 91.9....