Bradford Station was founded by leader Brad Henty in San Francisco in 1990 as a vehicle for his blues songwriting and guitar improvisation. The band quickly gathered attention in the Bay Area blues scene and won the South Bay Blues Awards \'Best New Band\'. The award show had them opening in a large theatre in San Jose for the likes of Albert Collins, Harvey Mandel, Buddy Miles, Lydia Pense, and a host of Bay Area stars. But that wasn\'t the first bit of recognition for this Charleston, SC native guitarist and singer/songwriter. His other musical lives included almost every genre of American music including fusion-jazz and country music. He won the Wrangler-Dodge Country Music contest for New Mexico along with the NM based Three Legged Willie band and went on to play at Opryland and the Acuff Theatre in Nashville. Since relocating to Charleston, South Carolina in 1995, Bradford Station has played all over the southeast, more recently in concert and festival settings. Past releases include Backside Blues (available from the artist and First Light (out of print). Welcome to the World showcases Henty and company stretching out into Latin and Western styles and features Nashville pianist Patience Clements.