Brady Novotny is finally back with his debut album ‘Passions Collide’

A professional songwriter, guitarist and worship leader released his album ‘Passions Collide’.

(Last Updated On: November 26, 2019)

Pittsburgh native Brady Novotny has performed in front of a crowd of 20,000 people last Christmas winning the hearts of many.

A professional songwriter, guitarist and worship leader released his album ‘Passions Collide’ featuring the lead single, “Redemption’s Cry.” This song features Brady’s wife, Jennifer’s exquisitely haunting voice. The lyrics are soulful and Jennifer’s passionate voice blends in with the guitar played by Brady’s magical hands.

The album, which is mostly instrumental, vividly shows Brady’s love for his guitar. It only includes two vocal singles, produced and engineered by Dave Granati (Granati Brothers, G-Force). From classical, jazz, rock and flamenco to eighties-style, Brady has beautifully compiled these into a single album. His high experience in music business makes everything easy for him. He has worked as a Pittsburgh session guitarist, Worship leader, and guitarist at several mega churches.

His variety of music styles is what makes him unique and his music is quite compelling. He wanted to put out an album with haunting melodies that illuminate by uniquely placed guitar virtuosity and dynamic rhythms to create various music genres for all. He was mainly influenced by the 80’s style, although Jazz became his chordal choices and song color.

His listeners have been pleased by his new album and it makes them want more. Not only does he have influenced just one community of people listening to a single music-style but there are so many, thousands of people are amused by his unique combination of different styles.

“This album is going to set the guitar world on its ear,” said Michael Stover of MTS Management Group. “Brady is like no other guitarists on the scene today. The closest I can think of would be Lincoln Brewster. But, with Brady’s eclectic style, he’s solely in a category by himself. If you like rock, he’s amazing. Flamenco and classical? Incredible. Inspirational, Christian and AC? So different and accessible, that you can’t deny it.”