Brad brings 32 years of guitar playing to Times Two in addition to 21 years worth of professional performing and recording experience.
His professional career includes performances all over Maryland, Pennsylvania, Delaware, Washington D.C. and West Virginia. He has played at many top venues including Baltimore's 8 X 10 Club, Max's on Broadway and D.C.'s 9:30 Club.
In addition to a heavy schedule of live gigs as both an original and progressive cover band, Brad has recorded 5 albums worth of original material with major label studios including Cue Division in Boston and Oz & Invisible Sound Studios in Baltimore. Songs from Brad's recording projects have been played on Baltimore's WIYY, 98 Rock; WHFS, 99.1, Towson's WCVT and nationally on college radio stations as part of Empire Records' Compilation "Remnants of a Higher Culture."
Brad has been reviewed in Maryland Musician & Rox magazine and was a semi-finalist in Musician Magazine's (national publication) Best Unsigned band Contest in 1992. In his solo career, Brad's sixth original album, a hard rock CD titled, "Six Seconds Over Dallas," was made available in 2008.
As a member of Times Two, Brad wields his ax live weekly all over Pennsylvania and Maryland and the duo also have their own original CD, "Drive Away," available at shows.
Ken Heeter-Guitar, Vocals
As a singer/song-writer, Ken performs music with emotion, allowing the song's tone and feeling to take over all listeners. As a vocalist, a wide range allows him to cover many octaves with a smooth and precise flair. He has been playing guitar, singing, and songwriting for more than 30 years.
He has performed at small clubs and larger venues all over Pennsylvania and Maryland, including singing the National Anthem at Oriole Park at Camden Yards. You can frequently find Ken playing at Noonan's Tavern in Dillsburg, Loxley's in Lancaster and many more fine establishments throughout the Susquehanna Valley.
Ken's second solo CD, "Tribute," is a collection of tunes honoring the his mom and dad, the love of his life, the United States, God and a Special Olympics participant.
Ken's first solo album, "Better Late Than Never," was released in the summer of 2005. That project includes some heart touching ballads, "In Time," some hard core rock and roll, "Barfly," and a patriotic tune, "A New Free World." Mostly it's a CD of love songs, both happy and sad. His original stuff will make you think, make you laugh and make you cry.
He covers almost every style of music, from country to soft rock and even mixes in some harder stuff. He mixes genres all night long with a song list that includes about eight hours of music, ready for any occasion.