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Beau Badrick is a young pop rock singer, songwriter and multi-instrumentalist born on Long Island before settling on the CT shoreline. In 2013, he went from David Foster’s L.A. based Verve (Universal) studios working and writing with some Universal songwriters who have penned for the likes of The Band Perry, Justin Bieber, Maroon 5, Christina Milian; to here at home at Trod Nossel Studios working with legendary first manager and producer of The Rolling Stones, Andrew Loog Oldham, lending his vocal and keyboard stylings on Andrew’s March 2013 Universal/CANADA release, “The Rolling Stones Songbook 2.”
Beau has been performing in theater since age 7 and has 4 releases under his belt with 99% having been written, arranged and performed by Beau; all of which can be streamed at his site, and purchased just about anywhere online or in brick and mortar stores. The most recent, “Show Me The Way,” is a collaboration with Earl Cohen Productions, the team that launched Lady Gaga’s, “The Fame.” Beau is currently writing and recording his 5th release, a single entitled, “Gone,” and simultaneously full-length release. He is also writing, arranging and doing composition for several collaborations with other artists of varying genres to be announced in the near future.
He has performed alone on guitar/piano, and with his live backing band at many large festivals, casino, in some small intimate and private performances, as well as an East Coast tour for an anti-bullying campaign sponsored by The Today Show in the Fall of 2012. He has shared the stage with people from Yankees Broadcaster Michael Kaye, American Idol and The Voice finalists, and regularly with Michael DelGuidice and Big Shot consisting of Music Director, Tommy Byrnes, and current touring members of Billy Joel's band. In the beginning of summer 2013, Beau and his live band opened for Nine Days ("Story Of A Girl").
Beau’s music is getting full rotation on Pandora and other radio stations, and he has a free mobile app. More information at www.BeauBadrick.com