Nolan Bradbury is an Australian creative based in Singapore who has been involved in the music industry in one form or another since before he was a teenager.
He released his debut CD, “Stop When Everyone Is Moving,” in 2001 which was very well received and an incredibly satisfying creative and personal project for him. Loving the recording and producing process so much, he co-produced three Waterfront Christmas albums for Target featuring some of Australia’s best-known performers alongside grassroots talent with all of its profits going to local charities.
Perhaps best known in his home country for his time as onscreen Music Director for Network 10’s Good Morning Australia (with Bert Newton), Nolan’s path ultimately took him to Singapore in 2013 where he continued to pursue his passion for music, and for the last half-decade has played with countless artists across club gigs and major events, and produced some well-recognized bands including DIGIT, Ruckus, and The Countdown.
Despite the devastating impact of the pandemic, it allowed Nolan to rethink his goals and relationship with music and lean further into writing and producing. And with 2021 marking the 20th year since his debut release - Nolan is finalising his new album to be released later in the year.