Alan Bradford began playing guitar in New Jersey in the early 1970's. Less than 10 years later, he performed with the great songwriter, Harry Chapin, who encouraged Alan to focus on writing his own music. Since then, he's played house concerts, music festivals, hotels, country clubs, and night clubs, up and down the east coast; performing both cover songs, and his own original music. According to BMI (the international music licensing agency), his original songs "Johnson's Farm", "Cowboy Heaven", and "American Pride" are being used on radio stations, for television, and in films around the world.

   Laura and Alan first played together in 2011 and have worked as a duo; with their trio, Cumberland Falls; and their quartet since then. They perform regularly at country clubs across Southwest FL, as well as playing private parties, and house concerts. They were chosen to play in Port Royal (Naples) for the president of PBS, in 2016; played a major fundraiser for WGCU in June of 2017; and are already booking dates through 2019! Their repertoire covers everything from classic wedding music, folk, country/bluegrass, Irish favorites; 50's, 60's and 70's music; light rock, and holiday music through today's hits. 

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