Bradley Joseph was a featured keyboardist on Yanni's Ethnicity 2003 World Tour. Performing to over 500,000 people on the world's greatest stages, including Madison Square Garden and The Hollywood Bowl. Billboard Magazine ranked it the fourth largest tour of the year. Bradley has worked with him for over six years and is a featured keyboard player on the CD and video Yanni - Live At The Acropolis.
Bradley has also worked with artists under RCA, Epic, Warner Brothers, and Polygram. Additionally, he toured with Sheena Easton for five years as her co-music director and appeared on The Tonight Show with Jay Leno. Some of Bradley's compositions and ever-popular CD, Rapture are part of Narada's line up. His release, One Deep Breath held a position in NAV's Top 100 radio chart for over six months.
Bradley owns Robbins Island Music and has produced, performed and distributed worldwide, his own compositions including 15 CD and DVDs and numerous piano books. Recently he was named one of the Ten Outstanding Young Minnesotans of 2004! His music is included in multiple various-artist compilation albums, most recently the 2008 release of The Weather Channel Presents: Smooth Jazz II.
Yamaha and Bösendorfer acoustic pianos. Korg Triton, Korg SG-1 piano, Korg
M1, Roland JD-800, Roland JV-1080, Alesis D4, Yamaha SY22, Yamaha TG77,
E-mu Systems. Proteus 1, Proteus 2, and the E-5000 sampler.
All the songs were composed and arranged by Joseph, who clearly loves to
layer sonic textures in melodies that continually delight the heart and the
ears alike. (Review : Rapture. Planet Earth Music)
One strength of Bradley Joseph as an artist has been his keen ability to write
inspiring music with appropriately titled songs that express that thought
non-verbally. ...There is no doubting that Bradley Joseph holds up the legacy
of Solo Journey in fine fashion. There are no diminishing returns here, just
attributes of elegance, grace and beauty. That said, 'The Journey Continues'
has a wonderfully calming effect that will blissfully wash away your cares and
concerns. (Review: The Journey Continues