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Brad Gibson is a Seattle-based drummer known for his role as a supportive and dynamic musician.

In addition to his work as a sideman, Brad has recorded and produced four albums of original music: Epilogue / Procession (2017), Space (w/ Mack Grout, 2016), Poontet (2014) and The Amber Tone (2008). He continues his monthly residency of original and standards-based ensembles at Vito's Restaurant & Lounge in 2017. In 2009, Jim Knapp commissioned Brad for a new work to be performed by the Jim Knapp Orchestra, resulting in Winter Moving. In 2014, Brad was awarded an artist in residency scholarship by Jack Straw Productions to be applied towards a recording of new music resulting in the six-song EP, Epilogue / Procession.


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”This is very good jazz record that is never boring, and demonstrates a very mature vision.” -Matthew Sweeney, Foreign Accents

“Poontet è una piccola, sorprendente finestra aperta sulla effervescente scena musicale di Seattle. . . . Poontet è un'idea del batterista Brad Gibson realizzata con autorevolezza e piglio da leader, con leggerezza e sensibilità negli arrangiamenti, attraverso i quali prende forma una visione musicale matura e convincente.” -Vincenzo Roggero, All About Jazz Italia

“If smooth jazz (and I use that term for anything that isn’t straight ahead swing nor Latin-ish) but if smooth jazz didn’t suck and was actually awesome, it would be this record.” -HB Radke

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Album Epilogue / Procession by Brad Gibson

Epilogue / Procession

self-released
2017

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Album Poontet by Brad Gibson

Poontet

Self Produced
2014

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