Craddock’s latest album H2O was produced by chart-topping jazz guitarist Ken Navarro and features Kirk Whalum. The album earned airplay on Sirius XM and Music Choice across the U.S., and radio stations in the U.K. and Poland. His 2018 cover of the Billboard Gospel #1 song “Won’t He Do It” (Koryn Hawthorne) was characterized as, “a warm cup of hot chocolate on a blustery winter day,” by Makeba Riddick-Woods, the Grammy® award-nominated songwriter.
Craddock has shared the stage with award-winning artists Norman Connors, Jean Carne, Ken Navarro, Ben Tankard, Luther Barnes, and Kim Jordan.
He believes his music is all about the gifts with which God has blessed him. He currently lives in the Washington D.C. metro area with his wife and daughter.