After touring and recording throughout the mid-to-late 1990s with Melange, Indian Summer, King Lovell MD, Lotus and other acts, Will King began writing and performing as a solo artist, and later formed/joined other groups.
Throughout his career, Will/Brad (whatever works) has played in coffeehouses, bars, clubs and theaters from coast to coast. He has shared the stage with Richie Havens, Zepparella,The Machine, Dave Davies (The Kinks) and Buster Poindexter, among many others.
His debut solo album, Come on in from the Cold, underscores King's appreciation for various forms of music that funnel into a genre best described as Americana. With comparisons to artists like Cat Stevens, Jorma, Tom Petty and Leonard Cohen, King's music is moody, melodic and thought-provoking.
Listen to "Come on in from the Cold" featuring New lost City Rambler John Cohen on mandolin and vocals and John Ventimiglia (The Sopranos) on vocals here.
Listen to "28 Days" co-written and performed with John Ventimiglia here.