The Bradbury Press
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The Bradbury Press


Band Rock Acoustic


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The best kept secret in music


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No Tomorrow - 2000
Hanscom - 2002


Feeling a bit camera shy


Forging their way through the greater Seattle area, The Bradbury Press has gained fans, experience, and acceptance at every show performed. Drawing on influences from rock, jazz, folk and funk music, The Bradbury Press creates their own powerful, beat-driven sound that catches the ears of everyone around them.

In October of 2002 the band released its second album titled "Hanscom", following up their acoustic album, "No Tomorrow". The new album is available at music stores throughout Seattle, it's surrounding areas and is also available online at Since the CD's release, hundreds of copies have already been sold.

The Bradbury Press are four hard-working musicians whose diverse styles blend together to mold the band into its full force: Darren Golden, lead vocals, acoustic guitar, and didgeridoo; Dave Brewer, lead guitar and vocals; Travis Hartman, bass and vocals; Ian Larson, drums and percussion.

Formed in 2000, The Bradbury Press has increased its local influence by playing shows in a number of venues. From historic Pioneer Square in downtown Seattle (The Showbox, Larry's, The Central), to Bellevue (Rock Bottom Brewery), Ballard, the University District, Edmonds, Magnolia, Tacoma, Mukilteo, Kent, and Auburn, The Bradbury Press has not only reached a wide range of audiences and spread their music throughout the Puget Sound region, but is also ready to expand into the greater northwest. In addition, The Bradbury Press was awarded first place in the 'Battle of the Bands' at the Ballard Firehouse in 2001 and later that year was invited to perform at the Sunsplash Festival in eastern Washington.

With over 1000 fans on The Bradbury Press mailing list and hundreds of CDs already in circulation, the new album will be a building block to increase awareness of the band from a local to a regional level.