Gable Bradley is a singer songwriter with roots in Arkansas, but currently calling Nashville home.
The pride he takes in his career is visible in his work ethic: he is consistently honing his craft and has a 'never quit' attitude towards the music business. Gable strives every day to become a better artist, and that is strongly reflected in his music.
He has the ability to connect in an intimate, acoustic style setting or hold his own with his band during an all-out festival show, all while delivering the same high-quality performance to the audience no matter the size. His engaging performance style coupled with a love of his craft makes him a crowd pleaser time and time again. When playing with his band, their chemistry is unlike most groups because it consists of his brothers and longtime friends.
Gable’s music has a unique sound, especially when compared to today's hits, because he draws inspiration from legends like fellow singer-songwriters Bruce Springsteen and Bob Segar. He feels their music paints a picture and tells a story, much like the music and lyrics he writes.
Gable has played just about every venue throughout his home state of Arkansas, and has taken his music all over the south-eastern region of the United States. He went through the blind auditions of NBC's The Voice, season 11, and has opened for artists like Barrett Baber, Eddie Money, For King and Country, Backroad Anthem, and more.