Brayden Bradford started playing the guitar at 13 and began studying jazz soon after discovering the music of Wes Montgomery. In high school, Brayden excelled as a member of his high school jazz band and as an award-winning member of Caleb Chapman’s Soundhouse. He also honed his skills by regularly attending Juilliard Jazz workshops where he was able to attend classes taught by Juilliard Professors Benny Green, Rodney Jones, Carl Allen, and Ron Blake.
In 2019, Brayden graduated with a degree in Guitar Performance Summa Cum Laude from Berklee College of Music having studied under distinguished teachers Richie Hart, Kenny Werner, Livingston Taylor, Mick Goodrick, and many others. He currently works on staff at Berklee at the admissions office.