By Mandy Rogers

For the most part, over the past few years I haven't exactly been in the loop with it fully on all the hits of misses of the primetime music / reality shows. So  It is with fresh ears that I visit Bradley Johnson 

Once of X-Factor's own put together boy band, but now disbandoned Nu Vibe, Bradley comes across seemingly as fresh faced looking as Conor Maynard Bradley's first solo effort "Boomerang" is on the face of it perfectly pleasant sounding pop, albeit slightly average for a debut breakthough. I found it quite enjoyable nonetheless and although, not causing me to fold in big ripples of excitement, I think with a little bit more tayloring and performance experience Bradley could be in the running to produce a big wave of pop-a-licious boom at some time in the future.

Experience he might possibly begin to muster from appearing alongside the well versued in life after  X-Factor Olly Murs and the top flight of British boy bands The Wanted at Love Luton Live on July 6th & 7th.


Bradley Johnson