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Bradley Hathaway


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After exploding onto the scene three years ago as “the poet who has never read poetry”, critically acclaimed poet, thinker, singer, and soul, Bradley Hathaway is releasing his sophomore album and book, The Thing that Poets Write About, The Thing that Singers Sing About this October. This new record further bridges the gap between poetry and music by showcasing 14 new songs and poems inside an impressive 80-page book with an accompanying DVD. Bradley Hathaway is no stranger to doing things his own way. In 2004 Bradley wrote his first poem inside of a 1988 Ford pickup truck in Arkansas; within 18 months he would tour the United States; release a record of performance poetry; tour countries across Europe; write a book; discover the guitar, folk music, and Johnny Cash; tour Hawaii, and Australia; destroy his 1988 Ford Pickup truck after hundreds of shows in America; fall in love a couple times; write a few songs about falling in love and getting dumped a couple times; and live on a pig farm- all without the help of a record label or management. Now Bradley is releasing an entirely new album of songs and poems about love and life. Recorded in an abandoned house in the hills of Kentucky, The Thing That Poets Write About, the Thing That Singers Sing About evokes the spirit of America and the ghosts of the haunted south. The album is a story of a young man’s journey through a relationship. From its ecstatic beginning, through times of doubt and desperation, to its painful separation, the singer discovers the emotions and the lessons that only a broken heart can teach.


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