Born Brad Corrigan in Denver, Colorado, Braddigan was a member of the band Dispatch for nine years until their final farewell concert in the summer of 2004 at the Hatch Shell. An estimated 110,000 loyal fans showed up at what was called the largest concert in indie music history.

He has been working as a solo artist since 2003. Brad continues the Dispatch legacy by spending time building relationships, both locally and overseas, and by investing in a community of listeners who desire more than just music. His first solo album, Watchfires, was released in February 2005 on his new label Third Surfer.

Braddigan is an intense soul, a visionary living a wild and traveled life with a clear purpose of bringing people together. Music, film, family, surfing, and hanging with kids in far-away lands are his passions. Whether he’s touring in the states or working on one of his projects in Central or South America, his approach is the same, it’s never what you do in life, but the heart with which you do it, he offers.


Braddigan has a kind of touching music. Not touching in the surface, but something deep. Today, we lack of artists that composes and plays putting all hearts and feelings on it, but this scenery started to turn up some years from now, and Braddigan is one of the artists handling the change.

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