Brad Prowly

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Brad Prowly
Also known as Super Bad Brad
Born 1962 (age 55–56)
Origin New York City, New York, United States
Occupation(s) Street performer
Website bradprowly.wordpress.com

Brad Prowly aka "Super Bad Brad" (born 1962), is a New York City street performer frequently appearing in the Greenwich Village area, performing R&B classics with the aid of a Boombox and microphone.

In 2001 Brad toured Europe as the opening act for The Fun Lovin' Criminals.

In 2003, he appeared in a short film entitled Karaoke Man by Adolfo Doring, in which he narrates while being followed to his "place of work" on the streets.

In 2005, he appeared at the Apollo Theater performing "Let's Get It On", originally by Marvin Gaye, in which he received a standing ovation.

In addition, he performed regularly at the Belmar Irish Pub in Binghamton, New York, in August and September 2009. Following his stay in Binghamton he traveled to Boston, Massachusetts, where he has been spotted[by whom?] singing outside the Berklee College of Music as recently as October 2009.

The 2006 music video for the Republic of Loose song "The Idiots", features Brad Prowly, as a street performer, busking the song to an audience.

He stars in The Killers' music video for their 2010 Christmas song Boots (The Killers song), directed by Jared Hess (Napoleon Dynamite).

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