Bradley Wik and the Charlatans
October 2, 2012, 11:57 am
A first listen to the debut album from the band shows off the distinct vocal style of Bradley Wik. From there it's a short distance to discovering fine story telling in these 8 songs!
BRADLEY WIK AND THE CHARLATANSOCTOBER 2, 2012 UPDATE
Join us for an exceptional evening of Homegrown Music at Jimmy Mak's. It's the next in our KINK Indie Music Showcase, Friday October 5th. Bradley Wik and the Charlatans are part of the lineup. More HERE
AUGUST 6, 2012 UPDATE
Catch the guys at Noon Tunes Tuesday August 7. And look for them on our new Homegrown Music Volume 5. Available at all New Seasons Markets.
Originally from Minnesota, Bradley Wik set out with, as he tells it, a back pack stuffed with clothes and his guitar. Playing where ever people would listen. (THAT takes courage!) This classic journey, that goes back to guys like Woodie Guthrie, Jack Kerouac, and stories of Bob Dylan, took Bradley to San Franciso, Seattle, and most recently Brooklyn. Finally sights set on Portland. Now there's a debut rock album.
The CD release party for Burn What You Can, Bury the Rest
comes up this Saturday night (3/17) at Secret Society. More on that HERE