Location: Cincinnati
Instrument: Guitar
Born: December 25, 1975

Playing music since the age of 6, the remarkable composer/guitarist Brad Myers decided to pursue transcendence through jazz expression at the age of 13. A highly eclectic musician, Brad has continued to perform in a wide variety of contexts, but his primary commitment to jazz is vividly demonstrated by the 2015 release of his album Prime Numbers, the first album released on his own label, Colloquy Records, and a stunning showcase for his brilliant talents as both composer and guitarist. Prime Numbers earned worldwide praise from critics and jazz radio alike, including “4 Stars” from Downbeat Magazine and rotation on PRI's Jazz After Hours program.

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**** “Veteran guitarist Myers exhibits old-school soulfulness, a highly syncopated sense of comping and a relaxed sense of swing on his long-overdue debut as a leader.” Downbeat/Bill Milkowski

“Fine combo jazz high-lights this release from Myers. His soloing and comping are textbook examples of how to play with smarts and soul.” Vintage Guitar Magazine

“Prime Numbers is a damn good album...” Jeff Wilson

“Sure handed players that know the ropes, one can only hope this is the first of a series of aural get togethers by this crew because they are leaving us wanting more

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Cincinnati, OH

Willing to teach

Intermediate to advanced students


Since 1995, I’ve been teaching private students of all skill levels on electric and acoustic guitar, bass, mandolin, and ukulele. I also offer to help those who struggle with Music Theory, Composition and Improvisation on any instrument as long as the basic fundamentals of that instrument have been covered and we can talk about these things on a “higher level” than a beginner might be comfortable with. I started with a few students at the University of Cincinnati’s College-Conservatory of Music (CCM) Preparatory Department and had great success helping them move from beginner levels into intermediate/advanced knowledge of the instrument. From there I added a few students in the Jazz program at Cincinnati’s School for the Creative and Performing Arts and helped a few of the most dedicated students prepare for successful auditions for CCM’s Jazz Studies program and other notable music schools. I also spent time teaching at Elmer Monk’s Makin’ Music on the east side of Cincinnati where I handled students of all ages and skill levels before settling into a position at Moeller Music in West Chester, now owned and operated by Willis Music. I’ve had as many as 55 students on my schedule at a time when I was gigging less frequently, but these days I prefer a more balanced schedule of teaching and gigging and currently offer a couple of days at Moeller Music as well as lessons at your home or office for students in the Greater Cincinnati Area and via Skype for those that are interested but outside of the immediate vicinity. I am a patient and compassionate teacher who is goal oriented with my students. Although I do think that there are certain essential skills one must have on their instrument to be considered a “professional” musician, I do not believe that everybody should go through all of that when they take lessons with me. I’m interested in helping you meet your goals whether music is an inevitable career or a dream hobby that brings you joy and balance to your work filled life.

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