Bradley Glenn Walker III, 14 November 1969, Cartersville, Georgia, USA. This US singer-songwriter worked his way up through the 90s rock circuit to establish himself as a solo artist at the start of the following decade. He began performing in his native Georgia with the Bad Boyz and then Byte The Bullet. In 1988, he relocated to Los Angeles with the latter and, following a name change to SouthGang, signed a recording contract with Charisma Records. Walker played guitar on the bands two albums, the glam rock-infused Tainted Angel (1991) and Group Therapy (1992). Following their split in the early 90s, he worked with SouthGang members Jayce Fincher and Mitch McLee in the Atlanta-based Floyds, which by the late 90s had morphed into the stylish pop rock band Marvelous 3.
Following the demise of Marvelous 3, Walker launched his solo career in 2002 with the Arista Records recording Left Of Self-Centered. The album played to the artists...