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* !!!"THE BRADISH INVASION" HIT BY ELVIS AND THE BEATLES!!!

"THE BRITISH INVASION" COUNTER-COLLIDES WITH "THE BRADISH INVASION" AS THE BEATLES "LOVE" ALBUM, WITH VEILED COMMA, JOINS BIG SOUND OF "LOVE, BRAD" AND "LOVE, ELVIS" CHANGING RIVALRY TO BRAD-ELVIS-BEATLES CD TRIVALRY!

!!! THE BRAD ALAN CHALLENGE… HAS... BEEN... MET!!!

A sly BEATLES release has once more caste itself in the middle of excitement and controversy, this time with artwork that looks like a veiled "," after the word "LOVE" and double-dual mastering on The BEATLES "LOVE" album that makes "the British Invasion," with "The Beatles as you've never heard them before" lock horns with the competitive and compatible homogenous dueling sound settings of "Love, Brad" and "Love, Elvis," already getting played head-to-head and side-by-side at radio stations in the South. The Beatles release has instantly turned the BRAD-ELVIS rivalry with "Love, Brad," "Love, Elvis" and "Elvis rock" into a BRAD-ELVIS-BEATLES trivalry. Athough The BEATLES still sound like The BEATLES, on "LOVE", Paul's great vocals sound big, wide and husky with vibratos that flow out in beautiful, dark, thin slivers that unexpectedly and pleasantly fit in perfectly with Brad and Elvis on "Love, Brad" and "Love, Elvis" for some amazingly fun BRAD-ELVIS-BEATLES song 3-plays. It's apples-to-apples from Apple sound settings! Check out the great competitive and compatible match-up of even the sample sound files of these BRAD-ELVIS-BEATLES trivalry song triplings from "Love, Brad," "Love, Elvis"(with the bloody "Love," hook atop its CD) and The BEATLES "LOVE" album (with the veiled "," after the E):

Tripling 1:
"Love, Elvis" - "I Want You , I Need You , I Love You"
The BEATLES "LOVE" album - "I Want To Hold Your Hand"
"Love, Brad" - "Doin' Nothin' With You"

Tripling 2:
"Love, Elvis" - "Can't Help Falling In Love"
The BEATLES "LOVE" album - "Hey Jude" (this is a great cut on the album!)
"Love, Brad" - "To"


Print out full BRAD-ELVIS-BEATLES TRIVALRY SONG TRIPLINGS LIST
Print out "Love, Brad" and "Love, Elvis"SONG PAIRINGS LIST



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THE BRITISH INVADE "LOVE, BRAD" AND "LOVE, ELVIS," AT THE FRONT LINE OF "THE BRADISH INVASION," WITH VEILED "." ON BEATLES "LOVE" ALBUM AND BRAD-ELVIS-TIGHT MASTERING...
For more details see press release at the bottem of this page


* Brad has continued to get general airplay. And stations have continued to play Love, Brad and Love, Elvis love songs head-to-head as well. Other stations have sounded agreeable to checking out "Love, Brad" and "Love, Elvis" head-to-head. And some stations have started giving some thought in the direction of "Hound Dog" from Elvis rock and "You're A Cutie" from Love, Brad.


*There is an interesting new version of "Hound Dog" on the 2006 Elvis rock CD with perfect sound parameters for playing head-to-head with "You're A Cutie" on Love, Brad! It's actually awesome! Elvis and Brad both have a big sound on these cuts. And it's CLASH OF THE TITAN VOICES with this pairing of "You're A Cutie" and "Hound Dog!" And which is the greater rock 'n' roll novelty song, the baby song or the doggie song?... Or can it never be decided?... Said Brad:"I think 'Hound Dog' is a great song. But I don't think it's quite as strong as 'You're A Cutie.' I do feel they're really close, though." Also, be sure to check out Brad's live performance video of "KNOWN AS A ROCKER" that's at this site as well as check out these well-matched sound files for "Love Me Tender" and "Miss-You Morning Teardrops" from "Love, Elvis" and "Love, Brad." Here's an mp3 file for "Miss-You Morning Teardrops" from "Love, Brad" as well.


* Everyone's records, once made, are recordings of past performances. With the songs and performances and mastering on the Love, Brad and Love, Elvis and now Elvis rock CDs, an Elvis-Brad, or that's Brad-Elvis, rivalry could be worth millions... or maybe billions(!)... Although the sound settings are not lined up evenly between web sites, listen to some Elvis record samples that play at the homepage of elvisthemusic.com... Then listen to this Brad record sample and this one from the "Love, Brad" site as well as watching this and this Brad Alan video clip. It's still interesting... But if you really want to see and hear interesting, get the Love, Brad and Love, Elvis CDs...


*Which is better?... Love, Brad?... Love, Elvis?... or can it never be decided?... After listening to both albums for a while, whatcha think?... Are they a rivalry set?... Are they a golden, 2-artist set of Elvis Oldies and Brad Newies?... Are they both?... What would you say?...


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Click Here and Print Out Suggested Love, Brad and Love, Elvis Head-to-Head Song Pairings - All or most of the song pairings on this list have been played head-to-head by radio stations in the South. Click on the link and print out the list and play the song pairings head-to-head and side-by-side yourself and see what happens. Remember, for the ultimate mastering mind blow, keep going back and forth between the albums listening to cuts for a while until the mastering between them "melds." You'll know when you get there... then just keep playing cuts from both albums and have fun...


*Please help support THE SELL-A-MILLION "LOVE, BRAD" CDs CAMPAIN. To ORDER the one and only 22-song, expanded "Love, Brad" line-up of love songs in its personalizable-from-Brad-to-you CD package at $15 with no shipping and handling, CLICK HERE or call BAJ ENTERPRISES at (336) 996-2011.


*Buy Love, Elvis at WALMART or a music store or put "Love, Elvis" in a search engine on the web, play it head-to-head and side-by-side with Love, Brad and hear what happens...


*CONSTRUCT YOUR OWN BRAD ALAN EVENT??? - Brad has appeared at quite a few established fairs and festivals. But what are some creative ideas for new events for the Bradish Invasion to hit? One idea that could be used in different regions is THE "YOU'RE A CUTIE" BABY FESTIVAL mentioned earlier. Another idea, whether or not it ever happens, is to have radio pound Love, Brad and Love, Elvis love songs head-to-head leading into a concert where Brad sings Elvis classics from "Love, Elvis" and Brad-new songs from "Love, Brad"... maybe some other songs too... Radio stations are already playing these CDs head-to-head... Some type of concert appearances related to this phenomenon certainly seems in order...What out-of-the-ordinary, new and creative ideas can YOU come up with for a Brad Alan appearance? Call in or email...


* Love, Brad has continued to get airplay. And stations have continued to play Love, Brad and Love, Elvis together.


*ON GUTS - There has been talk in radio regarding Brad of the guts it takes to go head-to-head with Elvis. But something that takes guts is for RCA, and assumedly the Presleys, to allow Elvis to be laid to bare with the same sound settings on "Love, Elvis" as are on Brad on "Love, Brad." That allows people to compare Brad's and Elvis's perfomances with no electronic advantages either way, it just gets down to artistry and songs. And the sound settings are beautiful enough on both anyway. If RCA whipped up a bunch of Elvis songs to just try to electronically out-pizzazz Brad, that wouldn't really allow a fair comparison between Elvis and Brad. But to allow people to hear Elvis on the same settings as Brad's album, that puts everything they have on the line artistically taking no technology advantage. A gutsy move. Early on, Brad thought about trying to get "Love, Brad" remastered to electronically sound stronger than "Love, Elvis," but after thinking about it, he realized that then he would be running from going head-to-head and side-by-side with Elvis with everything else being equal when RCA had already made the electronic playing field between both albums dead-even. And besides, if he got "Love, Brad" remastered, then "Love, Elvis" and "Love, Brad" wouldn't also seamlessly match like a 2-artist set of old and new songs the way they do... These two albums are an enigma together...


*If anyone would like theirs to be the first region to hold an annual "YOU'RE A CUTIE" BABY FESTIVAL, email in.





*In September of 2005, market leader 92.9 WEGX, "The Eagle," of Florence, S.C. made one unprecedented, one-in-a-million radio airplay move after another in "the Bradish Invasion"playing "You're A Cutie" from "Love, Brad." The "You're A Cutie"(epic) saga began when THE rock'n'roll love song from a parent to a baby, which had pulled tons of requests in radio elsewhere on saturation play over time, was unexpectedly, unanimously voted down by callers in an afternoon call-in feature." It looked like it could be the end for "You're A Cutie" on WEGX. But after some analysis of the facts, program director Randy Wilcox, "Mudflap," made the unprecedented decision in all of the history of WEGX to put "You're A Cutie" on the feature again - a good decision as "the baby song" began to pull some support calls. But even so, it still "lost" or seemed to... in the overall call-in scoring. But did this keep "You're A Cutie" down? NO!! Not "You're A Cutie!" Somehow... things were moving in the right direction in spite of all still to the contrary under growing support! Next, on September 22nd, 2005, the morning team of Mudflap and Mattie took over, putting the song on the line over and over again playing "You're A Cutie" repeatedly (reportedly at least a half dozen times)and fielding calls on different Brad Alan
topics.
Wrote Loggingparts@aol.com on 09/22/05,"Brad, Eagle 92.9 in Florence, SC has played your song like 83 times today. Keep up the good work..."
There was some comment by an early listener that all he could hear was "You're A Cutie," so for anyone who the words went by too fast or unclearly for, here is the whole sweet, tender lyric for the rock'n' roll baby love song that kept getting play for a while in the face of early adversity.

YOU'RE A CUTIE
© 1989
Brad Alan

As you're sittin' in your high chair
How I love to feed 'n' watch ya.
I am so in love with you
Kitchy-kitchy-koo

Well you're a cutie
Little baby cutie
You're a cutie
Teeny tiny cutie
You're a cutie
Iddy biddy cutie
You're a cutie and ya know it too.

Look at me .
Can you say papa?
Since you're walkin'
Nothin' stops ya.
Mama thinks you hung the moon
And da-da thinks it too.

Well you're a cutie
Little baby cutie
You're a cutie
Teeny tiny cutie
You're a cutie
Iddy biddy cutie
You're a cutie and ya know it too.

Well you're a cutie
Little baby cutie
You're a cutie
Teeny tiny cutie
You're a cutie
Iddy biddy cutie
You're a cutie and ya know it too.

Even if my day has brought me nothin' but gloom,
No matter what I wanna see you.
'Cause even if I'm tired an' I'm feelin' blue,
You can smile and it'll light up the room.

Well you're a cutie
Little baby cutie
You're a cutie
Teeny tiny cutie
You're a cutie
Iddy biddy cutie
You're a cutie and ya know it too.

You're a cutie and ya know it too.
You're a cutie and know it too.

Hey, it's not where you start, it's where you finish, if the game ever really ends. And often it's not so much what happened last but what happens next that's more important depending on how you play the game now. And since opinions can change, it's not always what people think early on but often what the truth really is that counts long term. And leaders don't get to be leaders by following the crowd. So, many thanks to all those who liked "You're A Cutie" or expressed support for it after a seemingly catestrophic start! And many thanks to Mudflap and Mattie at market leader WEGX for putting everything on the line over and over with the song.

As "You're A Cutie" was making its gravity-defying rise in airplay at the Eagle on 09/22/05, many miles away other radio stations were going about the routine, daily business of playing "Love, Brad" and "Love, Elvis" love songs head-to-head and side-by-side...





*Congratulations to Florence Johnson and Laverne Bridges for winning copies of the Love, Brad collection of love songs CD in radio station call-in contests! Please call in to BAJ Enterprises with the number on the "Love, Brad" CD face [(336) 996-2011] to stay in touch and email often! Remember Love, Brad at gift-giving times!


*Not too long after the release of Love, Elvis, radio stations began to play Love, Brad and "Love, Elvis" love songs head-to-head. Among the stations that have done this already are Q 104 in Alma, GA and WACO 100 in Sandersville, GA. And these stations have given months and months of head-to-head play to the albums. And the play continues to this day. "Love, Brad" and "Love,Elvis" are great to wage CD RADIO WAR with (in an extention or a progression of the AIRPLAY RADIO WAR) or to just play side by side in a compatible, complimentary way. The mastering is just amazing between these albums... You can just throw them at each other over and over again and they work great different ways. If you continue to listen back and forth between them to song pairings such as "Love Me Tender" and "Miss-You Morning Teardrops" or "Are You Lonesome Tonight" and "Lock, Stock 'n' Barrel," part way through a listening session the mastering between these albums can just open up into the most beautiful sound between them. Capers Brazzell of WACO 100 said he felt Brad going head-to-head with Elvis with "Love, Brad" and "Love, Elvis" had been helpful to Brad and he thought "Love, Brad" had been helpful to "Love, Elvis" as well. In any event, Elvis has now entered the building of Brad's career and is right in the middle of all the commotion and kooky antics in the out-of-the ordinary story of "the Bradish Invasion." Says Brad,"Elvis can crash my scene and sound and party any time. He's always welcome." Because Elvis's voice and recordings on "Love, Elvis" are matched up to Brad's voice and recordings on "Love, Brad" as closely as is humanly possible, "Love, Elvis" makes it clear that "Love, Brad" has a continuation of the kind of stuff that Elvis did that stands up head-to head and side-by-side with the whole Elvis catalog of music. But since the mastering on "Love, Elvis" even enhances the sound of "Love, Brad" a bit by relative comparison and vice-versa, to really appreciate this angle of "Love, Brad," you gotta get "Love, Elvis" and frankly, to really appreciate "Love, Elvis" fully, you gotta get "Love, Brad!" For reviewers who have said "Love, Elvis" is a good or great Elvis collection of love songs but that it is not of much collectors value because with only one previously unreleased Elvis track ("For The Good Times")it offers little that is new, they need to see some of the hidden angles of "Love, Elvis," including its mastering, that when you put it with "Love, Brad" make "Love, Brad" 22 Brad-new songs on Elvis! "Love, Elvis" and "Love, Brad" are a 2-in-1 enigma. You just have to get them both and listen to them and check them out a while. They are a barrel of musical and promotional monkeys.


*Following years of airplay, radio station and newspaper promotion of "the Bradish Invasion," and rounds of an "AIRPLAY RADIO WAR" involving some wild-hair kind of moves by stations playing just Brad in the South with the Love, Brad collection of love songs project, in an unexpected move RCA records released Love, Elvis on Elvis Presley in 2005. A fairer set of songs and masters on Elvis there could never be than on "Love, Elvis" for having Elvis go head-to-head and side-by-side with Brad on "Love, Brad" in "the Bradish Invasion." In an amazing move by RCA, "Love, Elvis" has apples-to-apples sound settings to "Love, Brad." The highs and lows on Elvis's and Brad's voices, the beautiful, husky and mellow, very 3-dimensional-sounding texture of their voices, the size of their voices on the "audio canvas," the level of the back-up vocals, the feel of the music beds and the compression of the overall recordings all feel dead-even. If you listen to Elvis 30 #1s, it has different sound settings than "Love, Brad," so it doesn't really allow apples-to-apples comparison with "Love, Brad." But "Love, Elvis" seems to be saying, with the sound settings being even on "Love, Elvis" and "Love, Brad," Elvis and Brad GO AT IT! On "Love, Elvis" and "Love, Brad" you can compare Brad's and Elvis's performances and songs with everything else being equal sound-wise, but the same dead-even "dueling albums" sound qualities that make them so fun and amazing to play head-to-head competitively also make them work compatibly like a 2-artist set of golden Elvis classics on "Love, Elvis" and Brad-new songs on "Love, Brad" that Elvis never had the chance to cut but could have done a great job with had it only been possible. But, they are Brad songs on "Love, Brad." Yet it is seamless going from one album to the other. "Love, Brad" and "Love, Elvis" together have amazing angles for discussion.


*The Bradish Invasion hit OKTOBERFEST in Fort Bragg at the Fort Bragg Fair Grounds on October 14th, 2004. Brad Alan appeared LIVE IN CONCERT for 2 shows which produced some of the best live performance video footage caught on Brad Alan to date. The shows featured the great talents of Karim Richardson on drums, Bill Jordan on lead guitar and Wolfgang Plantz on bass. And they included songs from the "Love, Brad" collection of loves songs as well as from a "ROCK" line-up that has not been recorded yet... Brad continued to get radio airplay backing before and after the appearance date...


* The Bradish Invasion is to hit The 36th Annual Autumn Leaves Festival in Mount Airy, N.C. as Brad Alan appears LIVE IN CONCERT with lead guitarist Virginia Masius, Karim Richardson on Drums and bassist Charles Gambetta for 2 shows starting at 1:30 pm on Saturday, October 12th, 2002. The shows are to be at Colonial Mayberry Mall at Hwy 52 North in Mount Airy and are free to the public. Brad did 2 radio interviews on Thursday, October 10th in which the Bradish Invasion was promoted. Brad has continued to get airplay in general and stations scheduled more airplay commitments in the AIRPLAY RADIO WAR in the South as October 12th drew nearer.


* The Bradish Invasion is to hit THE FORT BRAGG FAIR for 4 shows on Saturday, May 18th, 2002 - show times - 3:00, 5:00, 7:00 and 9:00 pm. Come on out to Fort Bragg to catch the fair this year! Radio stations agreed to play Brad and plug for the event from far away. After the 9/11 lull in the AIRPLAY RADIO WAR around playing Brad in the South, in more relaxed times a new round of RADIO WAR AIRPLAY was scheduled by radio stations around this military booking.


* The Bradish Invasion is to hit HAPPENING ON THE COMMON in Tarboro, N.C. with BRAD ALAN LIVE IN CONCERT at the Tarboro Common main stage Sunday, May 5th, 2002 at 1:25 pm. Come on out! Radio stations including 95.5 Katie Country agreed to give airplay and promotional support around the date.


* Beginning on Monday, November 26th 2001, 4 radio stations in the South are scheduled to begin doing complete album run-downs of the entire, recently extended, current 22 song " Love, Brad " line-up of love songs beginning with the first song in the " Love, Brad " line-up, "Lock, Stock 'n' Barrel," and ending with the last song in the line-up (for now anyway), "It's Over." The run-downs are to promote the progressive, flexible"expandable song domain" concept in artist project structuring, of which " Love, Brad " is an example. The stations involved are 1070 WGOS of High Point, N.C., 106.1 WMMY of Baldwin, N.C., and stations 92.3 WMOQ and 1580 WKUN, both of Monroe, GA. 1070 WGOS has programmed time from 8:20 to 8:30 am the 26th thru the 30th to air " Love, Brad " love songs in order. More time can be scheduled for later, if necessary, to complete the run-down. The other 3 stations are to do their entire album line-up run-downs at a rate of 1 song per weekday for 22 weekdays in a row. In a progressive move, the " Love, Brad " line-up recently grew from a collection of 11 to a collection of 22 love songs. Scroll to the end of this web page to read a press release for one of the station " Love, Brad " album run-downs.


* The Bradish Invasion in music is to hit CONCERT AT THE DEPOT in Apex, N.C. on Saturday, October 13th, 2001. Be there!!! Brad is scheduled to appear LIVE IN CONCERT with lead guitarist Kenny Brown, Wesley Rast on Drums, and, for the first time, Charles Gambetta playing bass. Show times are set for 7:00 and 8:00 pm.
Want to win a FREE " Love, Brad " cassette with the original 11 " Love, Brad " love songs? There are to be album contest give-aways during the shows - at least one album contest give-away per show. Here's an album contest give-away early clue to remember for the 13th: What do the first letter in each syllable of the title of the song "Ice-Cold Eyes" spell...Want to purchase the cassette or order a CD of the new 22 song " Love, Brad " extended line-up of love songs??? Come on out to CONCERT AT THE DEPOT in Apex on October 13th....


* Brad Alan is scheduled to appear LIVE IN CONCERT at Dan Nicholas Park in Salisbury, N.C. at 12:00 noon on Sunday, October 7th, 2001 as the Bradish Invasion in music hits AUTUMN JUBILEE!!! 105.7 WFMX is to be on hand. WFMX is one of the stations that has given airplay support to the Bradish Invasion. In 1996 WFMX began sponsoring this web site as "a 105.7... WFMX-upersite!" Want to win a FREE " Love, Brad " cassette with the original 11 " Love, Brad " love songs? Want to purchase the cassette or order a CD of the new 22 song " Love, Brad " extended line-up of love songs??? Come on out to catch Brad, Virginia, Wes and Kenny LIVE at AUTUMN JUBILEE as the Bradish Invasion in music continues!!!


* The Bradish Invasion is to hit THE DIXIE CLASSIC FAIR in Winston-Salem, N.C. on Friday, October 5, 2001. Come on out! Brad Alan is scheduled to appear LIVE IN CONCERT featuring bassist Virginia Masius, lead guitarist Kenny Brown and Wesley Rast on drums at The Dixie Classic Fairgrounds for 3 shows at 4:00pm, 6:00 pm and 8:00 pm the first Friday in October. . Thanks to radio stations for airplay support from the new " Love, Brad " extended line-up of love songs CDs!!! Want to try to win a FREE " Love, Brad " cassette with the original 11 " Love, Brad " love songs? Want to purchase the cassette or order a CD of the new 22 song " Love, Brad " extended line-up of love songs??? Come on out to THE DIXIE CLASSIC FAIR!!!


* " Love, Brad " JUST... GOT... BIGGER!!! " Love, Brad " began with a collection of 11 love songs. In a one-in-a-million story in music, radio stations in the South promoted "the Bradish Invasion" over the air as singer and songwriter Brad Alan emerged on the music scene. 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. " Love, Brad " extended line-up CDs went out to radio stations in September and there has already been airplay from within the most recent group of " Love, Brad " song releases. If people can download 50 songs or more on a little gizmo and add to their collections, in this day and age it makes sense to structure projects to be flexibly expandable. Why stop at 10 or 11 songs?!!! The extended, expandable " Love, Brad " commercial domain is progressive. Although, the " Love, Brad " cassette, around which there has been collectors item talk, with the first 11 " Love, Brad " love songs is still available, there is now a CD available for public sale which contains all 22 songs in the extended " Love, Brad " line-up of love songs! " The CD is available for $15.00 - order by email from this site if you would like one. " Love, Brad " JUST... GOT... BIGGER!!!


* The Bradish Invasion is to hit OCTOBERFEST in Hickory, N.C. on Saturday, October 14, 2000. Be there! Singer and songwriter Brad Alan is to appear LIVE IN CONCERT featuring bassist Virginia Masius, lead guitarist Kenny Brown and Wesley Rast on drums at the event for 2 shows at 1:00 pm and 2:00 pm. If you want to print out a REGIONAL GUIDE for "the Bradish Invasion" hitting the region through the October 14th OCTOBERFEST Hickory date that includes information on radio stations to listen for Brad on, even some Brad Alan pinpoint play times to zero in on scheduled by radio stations for the Friday before, then go to the press release at the end of this page. If you don't want to print out this whole page, you can highlight the REGIONAL GUIDE information within the press release below and copy it onto your clipboard and paste it somewhere else off-line to print it out. If you live in the region, listen to radio stations named in the REGIONAL GUIDE and come on out to OCTOBERFEST in Hickory, N.C. on Saturday, October 14th to catch BRAD ALAN LIVE IN CONCERT at 1:00 and 2:00 pm!


* The Bradish Invasion is to hit THE DIXIE CLASSIC FAIR in Winston-Salem, N.C. on Friday, October 6, 2000. Come on out! Brad Alan is scheduled to appear LIVE IN CONCERT featuring bassist Virginia Masius, lead guitarist Kenny Brown and Wesley Rast on drums at The Dixie Classic Fairgrounds for 3 shows at 4:00pm, 6:00 pm and 8:00 pm the first Friday in October. Radio stations agreed to play Brad and promote for the date. If you want to print out a REGIONAL GUIDE for "the Bradish Invasion" hitting the region through the October 6th DIXIE CLASSIC FAIR date that includes information on radio stations to listen for Brad on, then go to the press release at the end of this page. If you don't want to print out this whole page, you can highlight the REGIONAL GUIDE information within the press release and copy it onto your clipboard and paste it somewhere else off-line to print it out. If you are in the region, listen to radio stations named in the REGIONAL GUIDE and come on out to THE DIXIE CLASSIC FAIR on October 6th!


* The Bradish Invasion hit The Waldensian Festival in downtown Valdese, N.C. on Saturday, August 12, 2000. Brad Alan appeared LIVE IN CONCERT with bassist Virginia Masius, lead guitarist Kenny Brown and Wesley Rast on drums for 2 shows. And things went well at the festival. There were album contest give-aways of the '' Love, Brad " cassette of love songs, an album around which there has been collectors item talk. Radio stations agreed to play Brad and promote for the date.


* The Bradish Invasion is to hit Blowing Rock 4th of July Festival at Blowing Rock Park in Blowing Rock, N.C. on Saturday,July 1, 2000. Brad Alan is scheduled to appear LIVE IN CONCERT featuring bassist Virginia Masius, lead guitarist Kenny Brown and Wesley Rast on drums at 4:30 pm. Radio stations agreed to play Brad and plug for the date.


* The Bradish Invasion is to hit Morrisville's Day at the Park Festival at Morrisville Community Park in Morrisville, N.C. (West of Raleigh) on Saturday,June 17th, 2000. Brad Alan is scheduled to appear LIVE IN CONCERT featuring bassist Virginia Masius, lead guitarist Kenny Brown and Karim Richardson on drums for 2 shows at the festival at 3:00 and 4:15 pm. Again, radio stations agreed to play Brad and plug for the date...


* The Bradish Invasion continues! It is to hit the Fort Bragg Fair again on Friday, May 12th, 2000. Brad Alan is scheduled to appear LIVE IN CONCERT featuring bassist Virginia Masius, lead guitarist Kenny Brown and Karim Richardson on drums for 2 shows at the fair at 7:00 and 9:00 pm. Around a dozen radio stations or so agreed to play Brad and plug for the date.


* The Bradish Invasion is to hit Laurinburg, N.C. at The John Blue Cotton Festival as Brad Alan appears LIVE IN CONCERT with bassist Virginia Masius, Wesley Rast on drums and lead guitarist Kenny Brown on Saturday, October 9th at 11:30 am.


* The Bradish Invasion is to hit Morganton, N.C. at The Burke County Fair as Brad Alan appears LIVE IN CONCERT with bassist Virginia Masius, Wesley Rast on drums and lead guitarist Kenny Brown on Friday, October 8th. Shows are scheduled for 7:30 and 8:30 pm.


* The Bradish Invasion is to hit Ayden, N.C. at The Ayden Collard Festival as Brad Alan appears LIVE IN CONCERT with bassist Virginia Masius, Wesley Rast on drums and lead guitarist Kenny Brown on Saturday, September 11th. Shows are scheduled for 2:00 and 3:00 pm. Brad has received airplay from Virginia to South Carolina on the " Love, Brad " project and one of the stations that has played Brad is "The Country Bear" AM 1230 WLNR of Kinston, N.C. , which is not very far from Ayden. WLNR has given good airplay to "Old Memories, New Heartaches" - song # 9 in the " Love, Brad " line-up of love songs...


* The Bradish Invasion is to hit Faith, N.C. at "Fourth of July Celebration" as Brad Alan appears LIVE IN CONCERT with bassist Virginia Masius, Wesley Rast on drums and lead guitarist Kenny Brown on Friday, July 2nd. The first of two shows is scheduled to begin at 8:00 pm.


*The Bradish Invasion is to hit Morrisville, N.C. at Morrisville Community Park as Brad Alan appears LIVE IN CONCERT with bassist Virginia Masius, Wesley Rast on drums and lead guitarist Kenny Brown on Saturday, June 12th at 5:00 pm at Morrisville's 9th annual DAY AT THE PARK.

* The Bradish Invasion is to hit the Fort Bragg Fair on Tuesday, May 4th, 1999. Brad Alan is scheduled to appear LIVE IN CONCERT featuring bassist Virginia Masius, Wesley Rast on drums and lead guitarist Kenny Brown for 2 shows at the fair at 7:00 and 9:00 pm. Brad is scheduled to do a taped interview with morning man Don Chase of 95.7 WKML in Fayetteville on the morning of the 4th.


* The Bradish Invasion continues! Singer and songwriter Brad Alan is scheduled to appear in " A Carolina Christmas " with the Western Piedmont Symphony under the direction of Maestro John Gordan Ross on Saturday, December 12th at the J.E. Broyhill Civic Center on Highway 321 in Lenoir. The concert, which is to begin at 7:30 pm, is to feature the Alexander Central and Hibriten high school choirs, excerpts from "The Nutcracker Ballet" performed by the Western Piedmont Symphony, a short reading of "A Christmas Memory" based on the story by Truman Capote, several Brad Alan Christmas songs performed by Brad with the symphony, as well as a "Symphony Sing-Along" of traditional Christmas songs at its conclusion. "This Christmas" and "I Wanna Rock For Christmas" were arranged by John Gordan Ross. "When It's Christmas Eve" was arranged by Dr. Fred Tanner of Winston-Salem State University. "I Wanna Rock For Christmas" was written by Brad especially for the December 12th event. Tickets for the event are $15 for adults, $10 for students and $13 for groups of 10 or more. People can call the Civic Center box office for reservations or more information at (828) 726-2407.

* The Bradish Invasion is continuing! Virginia, Wes, Kenny and Brad are scheduled to appear at "Christmas In July" at Mayberry Mall in Mt. Airy, North Carolina on Sunday, July 26th for shows at 12:00 noon and 3:00 pm. "Christmas In July" is held to benefit Brenner Children's Hospital. There has already been airplay support for the July 26th scheduled appearances and WSYD and WPAQ of Mt. Airy have joined the group of stations that have promoted the Bradish Invasion over the air in radio! 98.1 WBRF of Galax Va. and NewsTalk 1230 WMFR of Greensboro, N.C. continue to be supportive. Other stations agreed to help promote for the event as well.


* Brad Alan is scheduled to appear LIVE IN CONCERT with bassist Virginia Masius, Wesley Rast on drums and lead guitarist Kenny Brown at "Independence Day Festival" on Sunday, July 5th at 2:00 at Blowing Rock Park in Blowing Rock, N.C.


* Brad Alan is scheduled to appear LIVE IN CONCERT with bassist Virginia Masius, Wesley Rast on drums and lead guitarist Kenny Brown at "Family Fourth Celebration" on Saturday, July 4th at 5:30 at Festival Park on Oak Hollow Lake in High Point, N.C. NewsTalk 1230 WMFR has been promoting the Bradish Invasion over the air in correlation with the date.


* The Bradish Invasion is continuing... The " Love, Brad " cassette album is to be sold at Roses in Galax, Virginia on Saturday, May 9th from 9-5 to benefit the Carroll County High School Cavalier Band. Brad is to be at Roses between 12:00 and 2:00 available for personalizing " Love, Brad " cassette packages to people and signing autographs. If anyone who already has a " Love, Brad " cassette wants to have Brad personalize their album package to them at Roses on the 9th, be sure to bring your cassette, case and insert sleeve with you. The great classics playing 98.1 WBRF, which is one of the sations that have given airplay support to Brad and promoted the Bradish Invasion, agreed to help promote the fund raiser album sale at Roses.
The " Love, Brad " cassette can make a great Mother's Day gift!


* A portion of the radio stations which have played Brad have now promoted the Bradish Invasion over the air!


* Brad Alan is scheduled to appear LIVE IN CONCERT with
bassist Virginia Masius, Wesley Rast on Drums and lead guitarist Kenny Brown on Sunday, March 29th at 7:00 pm at Carroll County High School auditorium in Hillsville, VA. The concert is to feature material including songs from the " Love, Brad " collection of love songs project, which has received radio airplay breaks in a "one-in-a-million" story that has come to be called the Bradish Invasion. Already, radio stations are willing to give airplay support to Alan for the Hillsville concert date. And, in an unusual fund raiser twist, students of the Carroll County High School Cavalier Band are to sell " Love, Brad " cassettes, concert tickets, as well as combination album and concert ticket value packs for the Bradish Invasion to try to help raise $33,000 in funding for their Spring band trip to Orlando, Florida for parade and concert competitions. The albums and concert tickets are $10 each individually, or you can purchase a 1 album and 1 concert ticket value pack for only $12, or a 1 album and 2 concert ticket value pack, the date deal value pack, for just $15. People in the Hillsville and Galax area of Virginia can hear Brad's music on the great classics playing 98.1 WBRF. If you want to purchase the " Love, Brad " cassette, concert tickets, or an album and concert ticket value pack, contact a Cavalier Band member or call Carroll County High School at (540) 236-4455.


* The Bradish Invasion received its first formal TV recognition, as such, in correlation with a Brad Alan performance which aired on THE SUE HIATT SHOW on January 30th of 1998.


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In June of 1997, Brad Alan joined with Maestro Peter Perret and the Winston-Salem Piedmont Triad Symphony Orchestra to bring the symphonic country sound to the North Carolina Piedmont. In the first of two concerts to join country music with the symphonic sound, Robert Franz conducted, at Festival Park, for MADE IN THE CAROLINAS POPS IN THE PARK, sponsored by the High Point Area Arts Council. Brad sang two sympho-country pieces, "These Things Remain" and "That's When The Cheater Learns To Cry." In the second of the two concerts, Maestro Perret led the symphony for 600 WSJS sponsored MADE IN THE CAROLINAS MUSIC AT SUNSET at Tanglewood Park. Radio stations including News Talk 1230 WMFR, 600 WSJS, 104.1 WTQR, and 98.1 WBRF all became involved with publicizing the combining of country music with the symphonic sound and Brad and the " Love, Brad " project received more attention and airplay around the unusual symphony concert events.


* Brad Alan sang " When It's Christmas Eve " with the Greensboro Symphony Orchestra, conducted by maestro Stuart Malina, in the Fox 8 sponsored charitable Holiday Concert on December 17th in the Greensboro Coliseum. "When It's Christmas Eve" was arranged for symphony orchestra by Dr. Fred Tanner of Winston-Salem State University. It was estimated that over 12,000 people enjoyed the festive concert which helped people get into the Christmas spirit. As in previous years, concert-goers were very generous in their contribution of canned goods to benefit the less fortunate.


* On November 19th, 1996 the " Love, Brad " site became the so far undisputed first artist web site in the history of music to be on-site sponsored and hosted by a radio station. " Love, Brad " became "a 105.7... WFMX-upersite!" - sponsored by Billboard reporter, Carolina Superstation of firsts WFMX of Statesville, N.C.


* In modern radio's big business, corporate conglomerate era, a time said to no longer be "Cole Miner's Daughter" out there, the "Love, Brad " project, with no record label at all behind it, has received radio airplay from backbone-of-the- nation country music mega stations...For early breaks, radio stations copied music to play from recordings brought in in cardboard boxes. In time, songs were played or taken from compressed, mastered for radio recordings on laser cut CD. Some of the project's songs were originally recorded in a building that looked like an old chicken shed in Tobaccoville, North Carolina. The "old chicken shed" recording studio building still stands today.


* At the premier of the " Love, Brad " World Wide Web Site, the site was the, so far undisputed, first and only music artist web site to carry supportive quotes from radio personel at national country music mega stations.


* Brad has received top honors from The North Carolina Country Music Association, Inc. in their songwriter category 6 different years (tying for top honors in 1987).



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Dec., 2006 press release:



"THE BRADISH INVASION" HIT BY ELVIS AND THE BEATLES!

"THE BRITISH INVASION" COUNTER-COLLIDES WITH "THE BRADISH INVASION" AS THE BEATLES "LOVE" ALBUM, WITH VEILED COMMA, JOINS BIG SOUND OF "LOVE, BRAD" AND "LOVE, ELVIS" CHANGING RIVALRY TO BRAD-ELVIS-BEATLES CD TRIVALRY!

!!! THE BRAD ALAN CHALLENGE… HAS BEEN MET !!!



If all you need is love this Christmas, then be sure to get and give the BRAD, ELVIS and BEATLES trivalry CDs - "Love, Brad," "Love, Elvis" and The BEATLES "LOVE" CD with the veiled comma.

In a one-in-a-million story in music, radio stations and newspapers in the South have promoted "the Bradish Invasion" over the air as singer and songwriter Brad Alan has emerged on the music scene with the expandable, personalizable-from-Brad-to-you "Love, Brad" collection of love songs project. "Love, Brad," with its beautiful love songs and lush vocals and "the Bradish Invasion" have long been a challenge to Elvis and The Beatles, and anyone else, for position in music history. Brad received airplay in the Southern United States from radio stations, small to large, and some stations participated in periodic rounds of an AIRPLAY RADIO WAR on playing just Brad in what included some wild airplay moves starting in the year 2000.

Then, RCA released "Love, Elvis," with a big bloody-looking "Love," hook written at the top of its CD, and radio stations in the South began to play "Love, Brad" and "Love, Elvis" love songs head-to-head! "Love, Brad" and "Love, Elvis" not only work great head-to-head competitively but side-by-side compatibly as well like a two-artist set of 24 Elvis Goldies on "Love, Elvis" and 22 Brad-Newies on "Love, Brad" (http://lovebrad.com/bbboard.htm).

Now, Capitol Records has released The BEATLES "LOVE" album. It's called the "LOVE" album, but the artwork around that word looks like there is a veiled "," after the E, which appears to be throwing down the "Love," hook gauntlet to "Love, Brad" and "Love, Elvis!" And the mastering on "LOVE" is perfect for fair head-to-head play with "Love, Brad" and "Love, Elvis" - with big, husky, wide vocals and vibratos that come out in beautiful, thin, dark slivers. Rivalry becomes trivalry!

It's "Love, Brad." It's GREAT! It's "Love, Elvis." It's GREAT! It's the Bea'les "LOVE" album. It's GREAT! It's "Love,Brad" VS "Love, Elvis." It's "The British Invasion" counter-strikes "the Bradish Invasion" with "The Beatles as you've never heard them before!" It's BRAD, ELVIS and THE BEATLES!

Brad has a modest current goal of selling at least 1,000 "Love, Brad" CDs in the month of December prior to Christmas. There are "Love, Brad" MP3 sound files and BRAD ALAN LIVE video clips at the "Love, Brad" web site (at http://lovebrad.com) and at the Brad Alan My Space for "the Bradish Invasion" in music (at http://myspace.com/thebradishinvasion). The personalizable-from-Brad-to-you "Love, Brad" CD can be ordered for $15.oo with no shipping and handling from the "Love, Brad" web site or by calling BAJ Enterprises at (336) 996-2011.

Order "Love, Brad"now for $15.00 with no S & H!

Brad Alan - (336) 996-2011
The "Love, Brad" web site - LOVEBRAD.COM
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press release:

1070 WGOS To Begin Special Album Run-Down November 26, 2001


Beginning Monday, November 26th, 1070 WGOS of High Point is to join with other radio stations in the South in doing a complete album run-down of the entire, recently extended, current 22 song " Love, Brad " line-up of love songs on singer and songwriter Brad Alan. The run-downs are to promote the progressive, "expandable song domain" concept in artist project structuring of which " Love, Brad " is an example.

Back before people could download large numbers of songs by MP3 or CD technology and add to their collections, it used to be that album projects on music artists were limited to a fixed number of songs, such as 10 songs, for example. In fact, artist projects are still mostly released with the idea of them having a fixed number of songs today. However, radio stations in the South have been playing material from " Love, Brad," a recently extended, progressive collection of love songs project which is innovatively changing the music scene. And on Monday, November 26th, stations are to begin doing run-downs of the entire, current 22 song
" Love, Brad " domain of love songs at different rates of play.

" Love, Brad " began with a collection of 11 love songs. In a one-in-a-million story in music, radio stations in the South have promoted "the Bradish Invasion" over the air, an "airplay radio war" broke out in the year 2000, which continued into 2001 with rounds of radio war airplay from time to time, and now after " Love, Brad " just got bigger to the tune of 22 songs, radio stations have scheduled run-downs of the entire " Love, Brad " line-up.

Between 8:20 and 8:30 am for 5 weekdays in a row beginning Monday, November 26th, 1070 WGOS is to play " Love, Brad " love songs in order starting with the first song in the " Love, Brad " line-up, "Lock, Stock 'n' Barrel" and ending with the last (for now anyway), "It's Over." Scheduling for completing the run-down can be worked out later if finishing the run-down requires more time than this five-day scheduling allows. WGOS has already given good airplay to different songs in the " Love, Brad " collection of love songs both before and after the collection's recent expansion. In addition to being played by WGOS, Alan has also received airplay from stations including 98.1 WBRF, 105.7 WFMX, 1260 WKXR, 104.1 WTQR, and 98.3 WIST. To date, other stations in the South scheduled to begin " Love, Brad " run-downs on November 26th include FM 106.1 WMMY of Baldwin, N.C. and 92.3 WMOQ of Monroe, GA to name a couple.

If people have questions or would like to order a CD of the extended " Love, Brad " line-up of love songs, they can email BAJ Enterprises at brad@lovebrad.com or call (336) 996-1343. The " Love, Brad " site on the World Wide Web can be found at LOVEBRAD.COM.

Contacts:
Max Parrish - AM 1070 WGOS - (336) 434-5024
Brad Alan - (336) 996-1343

BAJ Enterprises - (336) 996-2011