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About Dale Ann Bradley

Bradley came up as lead singer for the critically acclaimed new grass band New Coon Creek Girls, formed in tribute to the seminal female group of the '30s Coon Creek Girls. Bradley began cutting solo records in 1997, finding success with County-Folk-ified versions of such mainstream radio hits as U2's "I Still Haven't Found What I'm Looking For" and the Gerry Rafferty classic "Stuck in the Middle With You." She isn't just an interpreter; Bradley is an able songwriter as her solid catalogue of traditionally true songs reflects.

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Listen toDale Ann Bradleyon Napster

Bradley came up as lead singer for the critically acclaimed new grass band New Coon Creek Girls, formed in tribute to the seminal female group of the '30s Coon Creek Girls. Bradley began cutting solo records in 1997, finding success with County-Folk-ified versions of such mainstream radio hits as U2's "I Still Haven't Found What I'm Looking For" and the Gerry Rafferty classic "Stuck in the Middle With You." She isn't just an interpreter; Bradley is an able songwriter as her solid catalogue of traditionally true songs reflects.

About Dale Ann Bradley

Bradley came up as lead singer for the critically acclaimed new grass band New Coon Creek Girls, formed in tribute to the seminal female group of the '30s Coon Creek Girls. Bradley began cutting solo records in 1997, finding success with County-Folk-ified versions of such mainstream radio hits as U2's "I Still Haven't Found What I'm Looking For" and the Gerry Rafferty classic "Stuck in the Middle With You." She isn't just an interpreter; Bradley is an able songwriter as her solid catalogue of traditionally true songs reflects.

About Dale Ann Bradley

Bradley came up as lead singer for the critically acclaimed new grass band New Coon Creek Girls, formed in tribute to the seminal female group of the '30s Coon Creek Girls. Bradley began cutting solo records in 1997, finding success with County-Folk-ified versions of such mainstream radio hits as U2's "I Still Haven't Found What I'm Looking For" and the Gerry Rafferty classic "Stuck in the Middle With You." She isn't just an interpreter; Bradley is an able songwriter as her solid catalogue of traditionally true songs reflects.