Professional keyboardist/composer Bradley Joseph performed with multi-platinum artists Yanni and Sheena Easton for over a decade. 

Bradley was a featured keyboardist on Yanni's Ethnicity 2003 World Tour, which was ranked the fourth largest tour of the year by Billboard Magazine.  He has worked alongside Yanni for over six years and performed on the multi-platinum selling CD, Yanni - Live At The Acropolis.  It’s follow up video (titled the same), was viewed by over 500 million people in 65 countries, and is the second best-selling music video of all time behind Michael Jackson's video for Thriller.
Bradley also worked with various artists under RCA, Epic, Warner Brothers, and Polygram.  He toured with Sheena Easton for five years as her co-musical director, and appeared on "The Tonight Show with Jay Leno". 
His latest solo CD, Paint The Sky, was nominated for Best Neo-Classical album in the 10th annual ZMR awards. His CD One Deep Breath held a position in NAV's Top 100 radio chart for over six months.  His song Fridays Child was included on the CD The Weather Channel: Smooth Jazz II, and appeared on Billboards Smooth Jazz Charts for 25 weeks.  Bradley’s CD, Nature Sounds with Music, also went to #3 on Billboards New Age charts. listed his song, The Glen, as one of the "50 Best Piano Songs of All Time".
Bradley owns Robbins Island Music. He produces, performs and distributes his own compositions including numerous CDs and piano books, worldwide.  In 2005, he was named one of the "Ten Outstanding Young Minnesotans" of the year.