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To our faithful listeners,

We've decided to formally shutdown thesixtyone.com -- our servers will go offline at midnight, May 1st 2017.

Artist tipping and music purchases will be functional until then, so please spend any remaining credits by month's end. 
A final payment will be made to artists following the shutdown.

thesixtyone was our baby for most of our twenties. We're incredibly sorry we weren't able to keep things going in the 
right direction.


Thank you for being a part of it.


James Miao & Samuel Hsiung

Brad Williams/Blue Zander

instrumental and alternative     26 listeners


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c'mon guys - give me some feedback!!!
posted 7 years ago
After hearing AC/DC's "If You Want Blood...", transfixed with Angus' SG, Brad began playing guitar aged 10. He began playing live at 15 & became a touring/recording session musician/composer. Now influenced by everyone from Stevie Ray Vaughan/Gary Moore/Joe Bonamassa/Yann Tiersen/Marvin Gaye, via Air/Hendrix/Rex the Dog/Talvin Singh/Nitin Sawhney/Van Halen, he has worked with many artists and been involved with many collaborations.

Brad toured extensively with Mike Peters (ex The Alarm) & The Poets of Justice, along with drummer Martyn Barker (Shriekback) & bassist Dave Watkins-Clarke (David Crosby) on the Exodus Tour '92, culminating in the first ever 'Gathering' held in North Wales.They also recorded several tracks at Dave Stewart/Annie Lennox's 'The Church Studios', produced by Alan Shacklock (The Alarm, Andrew Lloyd Weber, Jeff Beck, Roger Daltrey, Meatloaf, Nik Kershaw, Chesney Hawkes, etc.) with Eurythmics drummer/programmer, Olle Romo.

Today he composes for film/tv/commercials, and is writing/producing in a variety of genres, playing regularly & broadening his style.

Brad's song "Burn it Down" (Instrumental) was recently chosen as 1 of 1000 worldwide (with over 400,000... (+) expand
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fuzzyorangebug (level 37) wrote:
This is so incredibly good. I am having such a great time listening to it. I know the site sucked for a couple years there, but it is back to being awesome. If you have any new stuff, I am sure we would love to heart it.
9 months ago
Brad Williams/Blue Zander wrote:
"GitProng" free to download on http://lnk.ms/4g3j1 - search for Blue Zander in "Current Contenders" and show you support!
7 years ago
Alex Grant wrote:
Great stuff in "Shaddap...", Brad! Love that title, too!
7 years ago
Brad Williams/Blue Zander wrote:
Hey thanks - keep listening & giving feedback!
7 years ago
musicmissionary (level 32) wrote:
More like Gitprong. That one is awesome.
7 years ago
Brad Williams/Blue Zander wrote:
New tunes coming soon!
7 years ago
DiscFrisker (level 27) wrote:
Gitprong ... love all the funky electronica - really dig that big phat bottom, too - was[still am] a big Shriekback fan [ owned Go Bang! and Big Night Music LP's!!! ]

add my welcome to the one below - will check out more of your music

7 years ago
Calista (level 39) wrote:
Ah hah!! Excellent sound! I'm putting my hearts where my....hmmm...is? Yes, Gitprong is hard to resist.
7 years ago
kalli2B (level 41) wrote:
Welcome to T61! Really liking Gitprong, thanks for sharing these with us. :)
7 years ago