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Bradley S Keegan

September 9, 1982 — October 7, 2023

Bradley S. Keegan, a man who could make a drumstick dance and a tomato plant sing, took his final bow on October 7, 2023. Born on September 9, 1982, in Rochester, MI, Bradley was a man who lived life to the beat of his own drum, literally and figuratively, and his rhythm will be missed.

Bradley was the beloved son of Mark S. Keegan and Mary E. Keegan, who always encouraged him to march to his own beat, even if it was in 7/8 time. He was the cherished brother of Cameron J. Keegan, who shared his love for music, and Erin Keegan Douglas, who always had the best dance moves at his gigs.

Bradley was a proud graduate of Riverside High School, where he first discovered his love for percussion. He further honed his skills at Greenville Tech, where he majored in "Making People Dance" with a minor in "Keeping the Beat." His education served him well, as he became a renowned drummer and percussionist, and the owner of AudioVisions Entertainment LLC. He was also the heartbeat of the band ROADSODA, where his beats were as refreshing as the name suggests.

Bradley was a man of many talents and interests. When he wasn't making music, he could be found in his garden, tending to his tomatoes with the same care and precision he used on his drum kit. He was also an avid fisherman, who claimed that the secret to a good catch was playing them a little jazz. Bradley was a master in the kitchen, where his dishes were as flavorful as his beats. He loved socializing and spending time with his family, who were his biggest fans and toughest critics.

Bradley was a loving son, a kind brother, and a friendly presence to all who knew him. He had a knack for making people laugh, whether it was with a well-timed joke or a funky beat. His life was a symphony of laughter, love, and rhythm, and he left us all dancing to his tune.

In the words of Bradley himself, "Life's a song, so you might as well dance." So, let's remember Bradley not with sadness, but with a smile on our faces and a beat in our hearts. After all, that's how he would have wanted it.

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