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Radioradio

Radioradio

Radioradio


Official RadioRadio Website: www.radioradioband.com Official Facebook: www.facebook.com/radioradioband Myspace: www.myspace.com/radioradioband RADIORADIO BIOGRAPHY "I want to know that you’re always watchin’ Readin’ my rate studyin’ my vital signs, Everywhere I go the beat of Saturday night. Give me the love that only comes with money, Give me the fame, give me…….eternal lfe, I left the earth but I’ve left so much behind. Because I believe in destiny, Read more on Last.fm
Official RadioRadio Website: www.radioradioband.com Official Facebook: www.facebook.com/radioradioband Myspace: www.myspace.com/radioradioband RADIORADIO BIOGRAPHY "I want to know that you’re always watchin’ Readin’ my rate studyin’ my vital signs, Everywhere I go the beat of Saturday night. Give me the love that only comes with money, Give me the fame, give me…….eternal lfe, I left the earth but I’ve left so much behind. Because I believe in destiny, No longer The Understudy. I’m breaking through now,. I’m breaking through now, Like a white hot Satellite, Ready to look for life!!!!" Prophetic and soberingly honest lyrics from a vital, original band comprised of veteran musicians with a drive to succeed only surpassed by their talent. RADIORADIO share the highbrow pop/rock sensibility of bands like The Killers, Snow Patrol, Kasier Cheifs and David Bowie, but make no mistake-there is only one RADIORADIO! For the release of the band’s second full-length album ‘Esprit De Corps’ RADIORADIO has employed the eighteenth century term for brotherhood, enthusiasm and devotion to the cause along with the iconic fleur de lis. For the band, this symbol not only represents longevity and versatility but it’s three petals represent the band, the music and the fans that make it all possible. This four piece rock band from Tulsa, Oklahoma has a presence and message that commands attention, and whether on-stage or in-studio they consistently deliver.

There are a lot of good bands criss-crossing America, but RADIORADIO is special. Of their 2008 SXSW performance Tara Hall of liveDaily wrote “RADIORADIO was dramatic and engaging, as they moved seamlessly through tracks from their debut ‘Watch ‘Em All Come Runnin’” The long-awaited and much anticipated new album ‘Esprit De Corps’ is a collection of hit songs. What began as an EP, grew to a full ten songs as the band’s prodigious writing continued to produce worthy tracks. From the anthemic title track to undeniable dance cuts and groove-heavy rockers, it is a collection of songs engineered to please.

While the music speaks for itself, RADIORADIO’s visual presentation is second to none. Vocalist Greg Hosterman is the consummate frontman, and along with bassist Paul Cristiano, guitarist Ben Hosterman and drummer Scott Taylor the band serves notice the second they step on stage. In addition to their stylish attire, the band’s video presentation sets them apart. RADIORADIO has played several festivals, those performances have led to collaborations with Grammy-nominated producer/mix master Mark Needham (The Killers, Bloc Party, We Are Scientists) who did a single remix for ‘BBC’ and multi-platinum producer Beau Hill (Alice Cooper, RATT) who contacted the band and subsequently produced the single ‘I, Computer.’ The time has come for RADIORADIO – and fueled by ‘Esprit De Corps’ their impact is sure to be a bright one! Read more on Last.fm.

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