St.Louis native Dakota Bradley is slowly but surely making a name for himself in country music. His voice is nothing short of perfection and his looks? Well, let's just say his concerts aren't lacking the screaming girls for miles. Dakota learned how to play guitar at the age of 12 and decided to form a band. Despite his age, he was able to play in clubs around his town. At just sixteen years old he moved to Nashville to persue his dream and was noticed by Tim Mcgraw's producer Byron Gallimore. Byron was so impressed with this young, raw talent that he signed him to Streamsound Records. Dakota has a timeless voice, but with influences such as Steven Tyler & Guns N Roses I guess I can see why.
1. At what age did you realize you wanted to pursue music?
I've pretty much known since I could talk that I wanted to be on stage performing loud music. When I hit 15 years old, I really started taking it seriously. At 16, I performed "The Girl Is Mine" on The Ellen DeGeneres Show, which really helped advance my career.