Bradford Robinson grew up in LA and the New York areas studying electric and acoustic guitar, mandolin, banjo and piano, where he experienced a wide variety of styles performing with rock bands, folk trios, jazz, bluegrass and country experiments.
During the ’80s, Brad joined the alternative rock band Those Melvins whose CD ‘Elmer Season’ charted 3 weeks on the CMJ US charts. After leaving Those Melvins, he released 2 solo acoustic CDs, ‘It's Ironic But So Is This’ and ‘Enthusiastically Lost’, on his label Hellebore Records then toured extensively in the US, Canada, and Alaska to promote them.
Looking for a change in music and location, Robinson arrived in Sydney just before the millennium and quickly joined the band Afro Moses O'Jah from Ghana, West Africa. As the only white member of the band, he was able to experience a new culture, performing style and many new places in Australia as well as New Caledonia.
Robinson has performed on over 40 CDs and has been in the studio or as a support act for Moby, Sinead O'Connor, Jenny Morris, Dave Mathews Band, Hoodoo Gurus, Ice House, NRBQ, Three Dog Night, The Animals, They Might Be Giants, Jonathan Richmond, Bachelor Girl, George Winston, and The Specials.