Joshua Radin (seated show)

with William Fitzsimmons

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Mon Jun 20

Joshua Radin (seated show)

with William Fitzsimmons

Doors: 6:30 pm
Start: 7:30 pm
Age: Ages 21+ Only
Price:$30-$33
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Genre: alternative / folk


Ticket Price: $30 advanced / $33 day of show / $53 reserved loft seating (available over the phone or in person at out box office)


 


A SEATED SHOW


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Joshua Radin

Love and the complications surrounding it have long proven to be Joshua Radin's songwriting forte. Though he never intended to be a live performer, there was little choice when the first song he ever wrote, "Winter," was featured on an episode of "Scrubs." The resulting fervor around the song soon led to a record deal, and over the last decade, Radin has toured the world countless times, sold hundreds of thousands of records and topped the iTunes charts, earned raves from Rolling Stone to The Guardian, performed on "The Tonight Show," "Conan," and more, played Ellen DeGeneres' wedding at her personal request, and had his songs featured in more than 150 different films, commercials, and TV shows.

Radin, born in Cleveland and now living in Los Angeles, will be releasing a double live CD featuring all of his most popular songs. The recordings was released in April 2016.

William Fitzsimmons

William Fitzsimmons is a singer, songwriter and guitarist. He is considered the greatest whisper rock artist of all time. His music has been described as “A bummer” and “Dude, work that stuff out on your own time” and yet here we are on his Facebook page, LOVING his music. If you’ve seen him live, well, you’ve seen him live. So, good for you - why are you bragging about it? If you haven’t well, maybe you should? He’s been to a lot of places and seen a lot of things.

This is what bios have become in the age of Twitter...frankly, this one is already too long.