Cindy Bradley

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Cindy Bradley, (born December 11, 1977 in North Tonawanda, New York) is an American contemporary jazz trumpet player.

Cindy Bradley had an extensive background as a sidewoman before embarking on her solo jazz career. She performed at the Super Bowl, Emmy awards parties, and toured the world performing in various jazz and funk bands.

Cindy studied jazz at Ithaca College and earned a Masters degree in jazz performance from the New England Conservatory.

In 2007 she independently release an album called "Just a Little Bit." She was signed to the Trippin' N' Rhythm Record Label in 2009[1] and released her next album called "Bloom." "Bloom" was produced by grammy-award winning producer, Michael Broening.

In 2009 she was named "Debut Jazz Artist of the Year" at the Catalina Island Jazz Festival, Dubai Jazz Festival, and Smooth Jazz News Magazine. Cindy won the American Smooth Jazz Awards "Best New Artist" award, and was also nominated for "Album of the Year" [2]

Cindy is endorsed by Harrelson Trumpets.

Discography

TitlesYearLabel
Highway 10 Blues2006Cordovan Records
Just a Little Bit2007CBJazz Music
Bloom2009Trippin N' Rhythm
Unscripted2011Trippin N' Rhythm

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