Brad has been playing drums from the day he was old enough to hold drumsticks.
Brad started out playing in Britain's National Youth Jazz Orchestra. At aged 14 he began lessons with top drum tutor Bob Armstrong, he also took lessons from the legendary classical percussionist Michael Skinner. Only a few years later Brad was playing in various jazz ensembles and had been named by Vic Firth as their youngest endorsee. Soon after he was endorsed by Sabian (on the recommendation of Elton John's drummer, Charlie Morgan). The following year he would receive a new kit and a full endorsement from Premier Percussion.
Not yet twenty, Brad has toured with John Jorgenson (guitar player for Elton John, Bob Dylan, Bonnie Raitt and others). Brad has played Berlin, Cologne, Copenhagen, and Brussels with the Ben Taylor Band (opening up for Sheryl Crow).
With his current band Ko, Brad has toured Canada and Holland with Amy Winehouse. They have played Los Angeles, Aspen and are a regular feature in London's music scene.
Bradley Webb Band became "Ko" - in summer 2004 - still with great band mates Sam Beste, Pete Cochrane.