Musical tips from Dale Ann Bradley
About Dale Ann Bradley
Raised in Pineville, Kentucky, Dale Ann Bradley began performing publicly at the age of 14 at Pine Mountain State Park. Soon she joined her first bluegrass band, Back Porch Grass and it was a fellow bandmate, Harold McGeorge, who later helped her put together a demo, take it to Nashville, and get her a gig on “Barndance.” In 1991, she became the lead singer and guitarist with New Coon Creek Girls, recording four albums for Pinecastle Records. In 1997, the group disbanded and she became a solo artist. Since going solo, Dale Ann has recorded eight albums on several record labels. Catch Tomorrow has been one of her most acclaimed projects so far. It was voted album of the year by Bluegrass Now with several songs being in the top 10 on the bluegrass charts. In 2007, she was named the International Bluegrass Music Association’s Female Vocalist of the Year. Along with a touring schedule that takes her all over the globe Dale Ann is still a part of the music at Renfro Valley, a place she will always consider her home.