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Born In Uniontown, Pennsylvania, United States, 1970. Brady Szabo started playing guitar at age 14, at age 19 he was playing the local bar scene doing acoustic shows. In 1996 he formed Psychedelic Kitchen, and was joined by Ron “Woody” Elentri, Paully Bakos & Wade Friend, all from Uniontown. The group was signed to AFM records. and they recorded 2 full length albums. In 2000, the group disbanded and they all went their own ways. The songs on “Pour My Soul Through A Microphone”

are Brady Szabo’s written works and are the first thing to be released since the year 2000, as his father suffered a traumatic brain injury an Brady cared for him in his father’s home for over 7 years.
Many of the songs were written prior to that event and some were written during the event. “Pour My Soul Through A Microphone” Is simply a home style live recording featuring a lot of Raw acoustic and vocal tracks and a few instrumentals. A few tracks were recorded at Silent Wing Audio in Bobtown, PA. Most of the songs were actually lived out by Brady and he was questioning whether or not the songs were too personal to release. Although the recording quality isn’t the best on each song, they capture the general feel and meaning which he wanted to convey. He was going to re- record each song, but after over 7 years of caring for his father, he realized that life can change in a split second & he wanted to share the songs while he still has the chance. Lord Can You Tell Us, Just “HOW FAR DOWN” this man can go? Hopefully, only UP.

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  • BradySzabo

    I can't give it away on 7th avenue. This page is a graveyard, my brain is gonna stay scarred, I try to stay but I play hard and I won't get paid for what I call art. I need stankus to come and tell me how bad I SUCK.

    10 Apr 2011 Reply