artist Brad Nietfeldt was born and raised in Grand Island, Nebraska.
He was influenced musically by his mother who played the
guitar and piano. Growing up in a musical household,
Brad found himself enjoying performing and singing from
early elementary through his show choir days in high school.
As a junior in high school, Brad also auditioned and was
accepted into the Young Americans national touring
group, based out of Los Angeles, California.
After graduating high school brad attended
college at DIT (Denver Institute of Technology) where he studied
computer networking informational systems. It was during this time
that Brad decided to take a a new direction in his life. During his
few months off from school that summer, Brad worked at
Trail Lutheran Camp, located outside of
It was at RTLC
where Brad started pursuing his music career and began
expressing his perspective on life through his music. By the end
of summer 1998, brad had finished nearly ten songs and had
decided to release his music publicly.
In the spring of 2001, Brad founded
Records Group, a nonprofit radio and
news promotion agency which has helped several musicians and
bands with local promotion.
In May, 2002, nearly
one year after founding WWoBn Records, Brad was scouted by an A&R Agency
(LiveUnsigned) who decided to help Brad shop his music to major record
labels. On June 1, 2002 Brad found himself in Burbank, California where
he shot his first music video and recorded his first live album.
Since May of 2002 Brad has
performed with acts such as Kenny Chesney, Gary Allan, Martina McBride,
Chris Cagel, Andy Griggs, Kevin Dunney,Trick Pony, Lifehouse, Seven Mary Three, Spin Doctors,
Tesla, Ted Nugent, Lynyrd Skynyrd, REO Speedwagon, Grand Funk Railroad,
Gin Blossoms, Vince Neil, 38 Special, The Knack, Jackyl, and many