Brady Bills is a guitarist who is able to adapt to many different styles of music.  Brady started playing the guitar at age five and had his first gig at age eight. Brady has performed and toured with jazz big bands, original pop bands, multiple country acts, rock bands, corporate entertainment top 40 bands, and has a degree in classical guitar performance. Brady has performed in Sweden, Denmark, The Netherlands, Brazil and throughout the United States. Brady has a Bachelors degree in Music from Brigham Young University and is a certified Suzuki guitar instructor.

Brady is currently the guitarist and musical director of the band The Strike. You can hear his bands recordings on itunesyoutube, facebook and instagram.

Brady also currently plays guitar and tours with David Archuleta.

Not only has Brady focused his efforts as a performer but also as a composer, producer and music educator.  Brady composes and records for the music publishing companies Amphibious Zoo, Mood Media and Warner Chapell. His songs have been used on The Grammys (CBS), So You Think You Can Dance (FOX), Dancing With the Stars (ABC), Finding Carter (MTV) and by Nordic Track.

Currently, Brady serves as the jazz and commercial content and curriculum developer at

Formerly Brady worked as the music academy department head at Pioneer High School For The Performing Arts in American Fork Utah.  

Brady authored a guitar method book entitled “Guitar Foundations” which is currently being used by multiple school districts in the state of Utah. Brady also co-authored a nationally accredited guitar course with Corey Christiansen for high school students for the company Educational Advantage

Acts Opened For

Journey, Kelly Clarkson, Macy Gray, Carly Rae Jepson, Vertical Horizon, Lonestar, Chris Young, Restless Heart, Charlie Hunter, Little Texas, Joe Diffie, John Michael Montgomery.

Shared The Stage With

Tim McGraw, Jeff Coffin, Lindsey Stirling, Randy Brecker, Brandon Campbell (Bassist from Neon Trees), Jerry Cortez (Guitarist from Tower of Power), Jane Monheit, Lenny Pickett (Tower of Power), Steve Smith (Journey), Albert Wing (Frank Zappa), Jason Scheff (Chicago).