The Brad Sound
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Congratulations brad!

Listeners on American Idol Underground have rated your song [It's All Right] among the
top 25 tracks in the Pop genre during the previous week. [Came in at #22 out of roughly 900 songs.]

See you on the site,

The American Idol Underground Team

- American Idol Underground


Listeners on American Idol Underground rated ["Higher Purity"] among the top 50 tracks in the Pop Genre. [Came in at #46 out of roughly 800 songs.]

See you on the site,

The American Idol Underground Team

- American Idol Underground


Congratulations the brad sound!

Listeners on American Idol Underground have rated your song ["Forgive Me"] among the
top 50 tracks in the Pop genre during the previous week. [The song actually was 31 out of over 900 songs.]

See you on the site,

The American Idol Underground Team



- American Idol Underground


April 24, 2007

Congratulations Brad!

Listeners on American Idol Underground have rated your song ["It's All Right"] among the top 50 tracks in the Pop genre. [came in at #42 out of roughly 750 songs.]

See you on the site,

The American Idol Underground Team - American Idol Underground


DEAR BRAD,

RADIO FEDRA IS VERY THANKFULL FOR THE MUSIC YOU SENT US! WE LIKE & PLAY IT. IF YOU
NEED ANY FAVOR FROM SERBIA YOU CAN COUNT ON ME.

SINCERELY YOURS,

DRAGAN STAJIC
- Radio Fedra


Discography

Using the band name A Year From Monday, Brad released three albums: Euphoria House, Ne Plus Ultra, and Tohidu. Ameruka is his first release as The Brad Sound. Currently, the following singles from Ameruka are getting Internet radio airplay: "It's All Right", "Forgive Me", "Pray For Love", and "Killing Ages".

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“There has to be more to life than being another brick in the proverbial 9 to 5 wall,” exclaimed Brad several years ago. “Life just must be more than following fads, compressing people into labels, and keeping up with the Joneses. I deeply sense it!”

So, Brad went searching… searching through meditation, yoga, self-help books, journaling, and – especially – songwriting. And, those close will tell you that his journeys have paid off, providing him with inner happiness, contentment, a love of living, and songs dipped in the profound aspects of the human condition.

His first three releases – using the band name A Year From Monday – contained songs asking listeners to: cast aside judgment and embrace people from all skips of life, tread in others’ soles before criticizing others’ actions, pursue one’s passion to blossom one’s bliss, deal with painful issues to venture beyond pain’s binds, and care less what others think of you and more of what you think of you.

Now, with this latest release Ameruka – and first as The Brad Sound – he continues some of those same themes, but also asks listeners to: strive for equality in relationships, send love rather than negative energy to people, issues, or events that are troubling, and take the decent into inner darkness as a means to remove obstacles in the way of pure elation.

“My desire is for this music to help listeners in some poignant way regardless of where they’re at in their personal odysseys. Yes, I’m an idealist and an optimist as often as possible, for what better way is there to fully enjoy all facets of humanity and life on Earth."