Rock and Fusion Artist Linc Bradham: ‘Even If You Fail at Something Once Doesn’t Mean You Failed at It Forever’

Linc Bradham on stage

Rising singer-songwriter with rock and fusion roots, U.S. Army Arabic linguist, and Alchemical Records contributing writer Linc Bradham understands the power of language and its ability to connect authentically with audiences. Learn more about Bradham’s exciting story with contributing writer Cynthia Gross, including how Bradham’s military background informs his creative process, why he believes failure can serve as one of the greatest teachers, and the most important thing he wants audiences to take away from his debut album.

New Single “Sorry I’m Not Sorry” by Linc Bradham is Unapologetically a Good Time

Linc Bradham Sorry I'm Not Sorry Featuring Gina Sobel Album Art

Recent Articles By Daniel Warren Hill The third single from experimental and jazz fusion artist Linc Bradham’s forthcoming full length album, Learning, “Sorry I’m Not Sorry” makes no apologies for speaking hard truths lyrically while alternating between moments of soft reflection and funky, groove-filled movements. We’ve been following Bradham’s journey since the release of his […]

Linc Bradham Wishes He Could Turn Back Time with Debut Single, ‘Save You’

Linc Bradham "Save You"

Recent Articles By Cynthia Gross On March 11, Savannah, Georgia-born and DMV-based artist Linc Bradham released his debut single, “Save You.” The warm, melodic, and emotive piano-driven track explores, with care, the unexpected loss of a loved one and the memories that stay with us for a lifetime. Bradham notes the song “was inspired after […]