Since the age of 6, Carter Brady has been playing music and striving to seek out a musical niche combining alternative rock, blues, jazz and a ton of other styles. One of his first performances was at school when he decided to perform The Beatles classic ‘Hey Jude’ for his 4th grade class; he was hooked on performing and people are eager to see him. After getting into recording during high school, the New York native started experimenting with a sound to set him apart from the crowd. Much of his earlier work was directed to the mainstream listener, but Carter Brady had other ideas. His most recent offering is the alternative rock track ‘A Snowball’s Chance In Hell’.
Combining Radiohead’s mysterious and bittersweet sound with the force of Foo Fighters is a good way to describe this single. The powerful instrumentation, particularly the lead guitar and drums, complement Brady’s husky vocals from beginning to end. While ‘A Snowball’s Chance In Hell’ will appeal to the Millennial generation who grew up with Foo Fighters and The All-American Rejects, it will also fit well on any Gen-Z playlist.
“This is a song that I came up with a few months ago in my basement music room. I first made up the riff and then wrote some lyrics and a melody to go with it. I typically start with the riff since lyric writing has never come as easy to me due to the quality of my voice being a recent addition. Everything on the track is recorded and done by me, except the drums. It is supposed to be reminiscent of classic ’00’s alternative rock while maintaining a more modern and polished sound.” – Carter Brady on ‘A Snowball’s Chance In Hell’