Brad McLemore started his rock journey at an early age, a journey that went from performing in a garage, to performing for Johnny Carson on the Tonight Show. He is a rocker at heart and has seen it all. The good, bad and the deadly. His lifelong passion for music is on display at his two House of Music locations, Lake Harriet and Linden Hills. Brad is not only an amazing mentor for those that want to start their musical journey, but also for those that want to turn it into a career. Who were Brad’s earliest inspirations? How did education save his life? How did he meet Sarah Hickman and play on the Tonight Show with Johnny Carson? And what has inspired him to keep growing House of Music? Brad doesn’t hold back and you’ll hear it all during his conversation with Tim Murphy in episode 34 of the Edina-SW Minneapolis Advice Givers (r) Podcast.
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I listened to this entire interview! Thank you for interviewing Brad. He’s such a geniune person, open and gracious. Hearing his overview of his musical life was really rewarding for me. And, lastly, I just want to say what an all encompassing masterful guitarist he is—he’s the unique blend of a lot of heart and experience. He’s not able to share that because he’s humble, too, but he is a guitarist that I hope people in Minneapolis will go out and see whenever he performs.