Before Fil-Mexican Bradley Holmes took his shot at stardom through The Voice Philippines, he is already earning fans, one gig at a time, as a vocalist of the band “Wake-up Call.” The group has played in the metro and in Asian countries including Hong Kong, Malaysia, Singapore and Indonesia.
A father of three, the rock singer first learned about his passion for music at a tender age through his mother. Due to unfortunate turn of events (his father passed away; he got involved in vices), he abandoned his dream of becoming a music man, only to redeem himself and get his act together after checking into a rehab.
His stint in the second season of The Voice, where he was mentored by coach Apl, helped him become a familiar household name. With his raspy vocals and innate rock-star appeal, he has wowed many The Voice viewers with his performances of “Kamusta Mga Kaibigan” and “You Give Love a Bad Name.”