Michael Bradley (musician)

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Michael Bradley
Bradley performing with The Undertones in Newcastle, County Down in 2022.
Bradley performing with The Undertones in Newcastle, County Down in 2022.
Background information
Birth nameMichael Bradley
GenresPunk rock
Occupation(s)Musician, producer, DJ
Instrument(s)Bass guitar,
Years active1976–1983, 1999–present

Michael "Mickey" Bradley is the bassist for the Northern Irish pop punk band The Undertones. Bradley is also a radio producer for BBC Radio Foyle and presented a one-hour programme on Radio Ulster: "After Midnight with Mickey Bradley". The show featured tracks from the new wave/punk era.[1] Bradley now presents a show titled "The Mickey Bradley Record Show" which airs from 7.30pm to 9.30pm every Friday night on BBC Radio Ulster with Bradley's discussing the records played with a Twitter audience.

In 2016, Bradley wrote a book titled Teenage Kicks: My Life as an Undertone.[2]

Personal life[edit]

Bradley was born in Derry and is married to Elaine Duffy. They have four children.[3]

In October 2006, Bradley revealed that he had received treatment for bowel cancer.[4]


  1. ^ After Midnight with Mickey Playlist. BBC.co.uk (2009). Retrieved on 13 September 2013.
  2. ^ Michael Bradley. "The story of Teenage Kicks: how a punk classic was born | Music". The Guardian. Retrieved 7 May 2020.
  3. ^ Secrets and lies: Michael Bradley. Belfast Telegraph. 16 June 2007
  4. ^ Musician speaks out on cancer. BBC News (7 November 2006). Retrieved on 13 September 2013.

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