L.A. native Brad Rabuchin studied music formally at Pierce Junior College, but his true musical identity was formed by self-study and several excellent private teachers, including Derol Coraco, Ted Greene and Joe Pass. Brad’s eclectic performing career began as a sideman playing Balkan Gypsy, Flamenco, Indian, Punk, Atonal/Free, Persian, Turkish, Brazilian and African music.
Some of Brad’s professional credits include Bonnie Raitt, Al Kooper, Steve Wonder, Buddy Miles, Lean-to, Diane Shurr, David “Fathead” Newman, Ta Ta Vega, Willie Nelson and even Mr. Tom Jones. He also toured six continents as Ray Charles’ guitarist during the final years of the legend’s career.
At MI, you’ll find Brad teaching Private Lessons and Open Counseling.