Lemont Center for the Arts

To enrich the cultural landscape of Lemont by fostering the production and appreciation of the arts.

The Radiomen – Artist of the Month, July 2016

Known as the baddest rock show in Chicago, The Radiomen have left their mark on stages large and small…literally. Lead singer and guitarist Ryan Fitzgerald can be seen throwing his guitar across the stage, as bass aficionado David Buschauer smashes the neck of his bass guitar on a crash cymbal. Peter Crumb is undeniably the back beat of the band. The courageous front-man will flaunt tasty licks with a soulful touch of magic, but don’t let the malicious solo face fool you, it’s all for the love of Rock N’ Roll. If you’re having trouble spotting Buschauer on stage, he is the one with the permanent smile glued to his face. Unfortunately, Crumb can never be caught on camera because he is always in a blur. The lively psychedelic stage show adds to the allure of the band. Their effervescent attitude towards their followers is one of love and admiration, as the ambitious trio shoots for their dreams. From empty bars to roaring venues, the group has never failed to entertain. Each bit of raw emotion and power is instilled in every note, regardless of the venue. This three piece band infuses soulful Chicago blues with vintage inspired Rock N’ Roll to form deep cutting melodies. Cascading walls of sound have ripped open the hearts of their fans to harmonize with the pitch resonating in their souls. As The Radiomen release their debut album “Fatal Attractions”, they hope to inspire a generation to appreciate the raw beauty in live music. Join them as they embark on a mission to save Rock N’ Roll, and invite you to dance to the tune of stomping boots, flaming guitars, wailing solos, and a true unhindered passion for music.
To find out more about The Radiomen, follow link The Radiomen Website
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This program is partially supported by a grant from the Illinois Arts Council Agency.