In a one-in-a-million story in music, radio stations in the South have promoted "the Bradish Invasion" over the air as a singer and songwriter named Brad Alan has emerged on the music scene...Brad and the " Love, Brad " collection of love songs project, with no record label at all behind them, have received radio airplay from Virginia to Florida. Brad has made festival appearances and sung with symphony orchestras. After an "airplay radio war" broke out in the South in the year 2000, which continued into 2001 with rounds of radio war airplay from time to time, the progressive digital age decision was made to extend " Love, Brad " as an open-ended commercial domain of love songs from its original collection of 11 to a collection of 22 songs. And when the " Love, Brad " domain of love songs grew from 11 songs to its current line-up of 22 songs, " Love, Brad " changed artist project structuring for the flexible digital age when people can download large numbers of songs by MP3 or CD and ad to their collections. In statement-making moves, radio stations have even scheduled album rundowns of the entire, now 22-song " Love, Brad " line-up.

Brad has been played by stations including 104.1 WTQR, 98.1 WBRF, 105.7 WFMX, 1070 WGOS, 103.3 WAKG, 100.7 WZJS, , 1300 WSYD, 1080 WKGX, 630 WIRC, 92.1 WMNC, 1230 WNNC, 98.3 WIST, 95.7 WKML, 1270 WMPM, 1230 WLNR, 1280 WSAT and 103.1 WYAK to name some of them. The Bradish Invasion received it's first formal TV recognition as such in correlation with the airing of a Brad Alan performance on a cable television show called THE SUE HIATT SHOW on January 30th of 1998. And now, a portion of the radio stations which have played Brad have promoted the Bradish Invasion.

As well as making radio backed appearances with bassist Virginia Masius, Wesley Rast on drums and lead guitarist Kenny Brown for BRAD ALAN LIVE IN CONCERT, Brad has also appeared with symphony orchestras, including singing the world premier symphony performance of "When It's Christmas Eve" with the Greensboro Symphony Orchestra in the 1996 Fox 8 Holiday Concert in the Greensboro Coliseum before an estimated 12,000 plus. In 1997 he made highly publicized appearances with the Winston-Salem Piedmont Triad Symphony to bring "the symphonic country sound" to audiences. And in 1998 he appeared in "A Carolina Christmas" with the Western Piedmont Symphony.

In 1996, the innovative " Love, Brad " site on the World Wide Web (LOVEBRAD.COM) began to be sponsored by Billboard Magazine reporting radio station WFMX of Statesville N.C. as "a 105.7... WFMX-upersite!" (pronounced WFMX Supersite!) - an historical world first in music and on the web.

The personalizable-to-fans 11-song " Love, Brad " cassette of love songs has been given coverage in newspapers and on TV. There has even been talk of it being or becoming a collector's item. And the now-extended 22-song " Love, Brad " expandable domain of love songs, which is available to the public on CD, has literally changed the music scene with regard to flexibility in artist project structuring.

It is suggested that the public stay tuned in to different pages at this site, listen to all of the sound samples in THE BRAD ALAN LISTENING ROOM (Brad Bits), join Braddicted! - the Brad Alan Fan Club (Braddicted?) if you are so inclined, send E-mail for Brad (Beam Brad if you want to get involved or just say hi), read testimonials from people who have purchased the " Love, Brad " cassette album (Bought Brad ), and purchase the "Love, Brad " cassette (Buy Brad) for yourself, or as "that something different" and special gift to be delivered to a friend. If you're not 100% satisfied, simply have the product returned within 2 weeks to take advantage of the full purchase price money back guarantee. Go ahead... It's THE BRADISH INVASION!, There is not yet an order form at this site for the new 22-love song " Love, Brad " extended line-up CD. If you want to order one, however, simply email your request along with your address and telephone number. The extended line-up CD is $15.00.