Composer/ Producer/Songwriter Brad Gordon was born and raised in New Orleans, Louisiana where he absorbed many of the styles and rhythms that surrounded him. He moved to Los Angeles and started playing in and producing bands while getting his Bachelor's and Master's Degree in Professional Writing at USC.
Working from his instrument filled Magic Carpet Studios in North Hollywood, California, his songs and music have been featured on Television shows such as The Chilling Adventures of Sabrina, Escape at Dannemora, Cobra Kai, Pretty Little Liars, Greys Anatomy, The Deadliest Catch, iZombie, and Chasing Life, and on commercials for Indeed.com, Starbucks, Victoria's Secret, The Sims 4, Best Buy, American Eagle Outfitters, Prudential, and Guess Jeans.
As an artist, he writes, co-writes, and performs with projects such as Le Bon, Saint Elsinore, Okay Gatsby, Arch Leaves, Badwoods, Highway Town, and Atlas Ryder
He has recently served as composer for one of the new animated Nickelodeon Intergalactic Shorts that will be featured on Paramount Plus this year
And he was also composer for the IFC animated series OUT THERE (created by Ryan Quincy- South Park producer).
As a multi-instrumentalist, he plays piano, guitars, bass, accordion, clarinet, sax, horns, and percussion for such artists as Vance Joy, ZZ Ward, and Dan Wilson.
As a multi-instrumentalist, he plays piano, guitars, bass, accordion, clarinet, sax, horns, and percussion. He recorded and arranged horns for the Vance Joy's NATION OF TWO (LP)
Brad has performed on TV, radio, and at music festivals everywhere, Most notably: The Tonight Show, The Late Late Show, Jimmy Kimmel Live, CBS Morning sessions, and several appearances on KCRW's Morning Becomes Eclectic, WXPN's World Cafe, Mountain Stage, The Current, XMRadio's The LOFT, and BBC Radio2.
He has also toured the US, Europe, and Japan playing piano, organ, guitar, trumpet, clarinet, accordion, and singing backing vocals with such acts as Ingrid Michaelson, Sara Bareilles, Dan Wilson,The Weepies, Joshua Radin, Meiko, Brett Dennen, AM, Butch Walker, Greg Laswell, Jim Bianco, Cary Brothers, and many more.