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12 February 2016




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The Radiators

February 5, 2016, 8:00pm

The Colonial Hotel Werrington

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U know you've made it when the good guys @ Drum Factory Parramatta who have been my support for 20 plus years have now given me my own section in the drumstick rack at the store- thanks chaps -guess it's cause I go thru so many - I worked out back in the days of doing 200 shows a year that we went thru a tree per year for about 10 years ... All drumstick manufacturers now have forest regeneration programs and on those numbers for me alone it's s good thing! Mark ... See MoreSee Less

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Oh yeah! The Rads are back at the Colonial in beautiful downtown "Werro" this Friday night. It doesn't seem that long ago since we played there, but it's probably 9 months. Time does fly as you get older. We must have done something right to be invited back so soon, and we all remember it was a great night . It must have been ..because the band couldnt find a bloody parking spot and had to park a couple of blocks away! Not that any group would complain about that problem. It means the place is packed .. And it certainly was last time. A top crowd and a fun night. Hopefully we will struggle to find a park again. Looking forward to seeing you guys on Friday and shaking the old place up once more! Cheers and beers, The Rads. ... See MoreSee Less

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OMG !! This video takes us back to way before OMG was invented The year was 1979 and was our very first appearance on the very famous Countdown. We released our first single " Comin Home"in October of that year and reckon thats around November that we were invited to appear. It was exciting to be on the show because you could reach out and display your wares , to a couple of million people every Sunday afternoon. Being the ABC , it transmitted to every corner of Australia ,and ,if you could get your clip on or play "live" as we did on this one, it almost guaranteed success.( provided the tune was'nt crap). When you visited a town to play for the first time , nearly everyone had already seen you on Countdown ..which helped immensely to every traveling band back in those days. We put the italics around " live" because it was mimed . That was an art in itself just to try and look like the band was actually playing! The monitors were crappy and you could hardly hear yourself due to the screaming and very enthusiastic audience .. who were very much live!

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