Born in the Northwest, Bradford Loomis has lived to tell a different and exciting tale from many of us. Through years of choir, band, and orchestra, Bradford discovered a powerful kinship to the songs and stories of bygone eras, as they helped show him how to tell stories in a meaningful, impactful way.
Bradford marries grit and melody to dig to the roots of American folklore, and to speak of the raw reality of the human condition with passion. His stories span several lifetimes of relatable emotions; bitterness and loss, deep longing and regret, enduring hope and love, elation and joy.
Neil Grover was born and raised in Allentown, Pennsylvania, where he fell in love with the piano at the age of seven. Neil’s parents began taking him to piano lessons where he swiftly became a failing student, given that he strayed away from music theory and focused more on creating his own compositions by ear.
Rofo Audio is a power trio formed in the summer of 2014 in the Philadelphia suburbs. The band incorporates combined influences of power rock, laced with acoustic instrumentation and vocal harmonies that work seamlessly together with riff-oriented guitar melodies. The result is a unique sound that delivers intrigue with every track.
In this episode of Live at City View Sound, Raymond Short (guitar/vox) discusses the band’s approach to releasing full-length records in a single-heavy market.
Live at City View Sound connects the face to the voice, the emotion to the artist, and the recordings to a raw performance. This series features artists of all genres, with each episode consisting of a 3-4 minute interview and an acoustic performance.Every artist has a craft and a unique sound. Live at City View Sound strives to showcase these artists in their own element.