Brad’s back at The Living Room!

BK-April22After drawing a capacity crowd to the venue in February, singer/songwriter Brad Kozak makes his return to The Living Room, Friday, April 22, for what is expected to be a sold-out show.

“I love playing The Living Room,” Kozak offered. “It’s the perfect space for a house concert…just the right size, great acoustics, comfortable seating, and great food/drink. As an entertainer, it just doesn’t get better than that.”

A multi-instrumentalist who’s musical styles run the gamut from pop and folk, to jazz and blues, Kozak began his musical career at the age of four, taking up the drums. He turned ‘pro’ at 15, playing with such artists as Gladys Knight and the Pips, Barry White and the Love Unlimited Orchestra, Bob Newhart, and Robert Guiilame. He was a member of the Louisiana Hayride Band, and has jammed with musicians such as George Benson and Ray Brown. In addition to drums, Kozak plays guitar, bass, vibes, piano, keyboards, banjo, mandolin, harmonica, and a host of other fretted string and percussion instruments. His original music defies labels, with elements of jazz, blues, R&B, pop, folk, Latin, and classically-inspired riffs. A solo concert with Kozak is an eclectic experience, where you’ll hear one of his originals, perhaps followed by an original arrangement of a tune from the Great American Songbook, with a segue to some gritty, Chicago-style blues or a cool bossa nova.

Critics have called his music “intelligent,” “evocative” and “memorable,” with “unforgettable hooks, intellectual lyrics and sly musical references.” His performances are a tour-de-force of deft musicianship, dry humor and show-biz savvy, leaving his audiences wanting more.

Tickets are $12 in advance, $15 the day of the show. Tickets are available online at http://bradkozak.brownpapertickets.com. Reservations recommended.

Brad Kozak is represented by April Alston and Transitory State Entertainment, http://transitorystate.com.

Back at the Anvil, this Friday 7/20!

Thank God It’s Friday, and that means it’s time to join me at the Anvil Bar & Grill, this Friday, from 6:30 to 9:30. If you’ve not been there before, you owe it to yourself to check it out. The food is great (and surprisingly, it’s not going to force you to take out a loan to get through dinner), and it’s got a really great ambience.

Come on out and see me – the Anvil’s located immediately South of Superior Grill on Line Avenue. Plenty of parking, great food, live music…what’s not to like?

At the Anvil, Friday the 13th!

Superstitious? I’m not (after all, one of our pets is a black cat), but I can tell you the best way to conquer your triskaidekaphobia is to join me at the Anvil Bar & Grill this Friday, from 6:30 to 9:30. If you’ve not been there before, you owe it to yourself to check it out. The food is great (and surprisingly, it’s not going to force you to take out a loan to get through dinner), and it’s got a really great ambience.

Come on out and see me – the Anvil’s located immediately South of Superior Grill on Line Avenue. Plenty of parking, great food, live music…what’s not to like?

LIVE @ Bistro Byonz, Satrday, July 14th!

I’ll be back at the Bistro, on Saturday the 14th, a year older, and perhaps a year wiser. Come on out for somegreat food, live music, and maybeeven a surprise or two!

Back at the Anvil this Friday!

I’ll be back at the Anvil Bar & Grill this Friday, from 6:30 to 9:30. If you’ve not been there before, you owe it to yourself to check it out. The food is great (and surprisingly, it’s not going to force you to take out a loan to get through dinner), and it’s got a really great ambience.

Come on out and see me – the Anvil’s located immediately South of Superior Grill on Line Avenue. Plenty of parking, great food, live music…what’s not to like?

Welcome to Brad Kozak, 2.0.

In the software biz, we refer to the “1.0” releases as “one-point-UH-oh” versions. Most software doesn’t mature until at least version 2.0. So it’s with a certain amount of relief that we’re proud to announce version 2.0 of our website. When we first launched, websites were still largely hand-tooled – made from the wholesome goodness of 100% recycled, fine Corinthian electrons. Nowadays, we’re into sites that are easy to update, with “responsive” design, so they’ll automagically work on iPhones, iPads, smartphones, and (of course), computers.

Let us know what you think.