Loading Events
  • This event has passed.

Pacific Radio w/guests Serf and James

$15 - $20

Details

Date:
September 14
Time:
8:00 pm - 11:00 pm
Cost:
$15 - $20
Event Category:
Website:
http://silosnapa.com

Venue

Silo’s Napa
530 Main Street
Napa, CA 94559 United States
+ Google Map
Phone:
(707) 251-5833
Website:
http://silosnapa.com


From the first chord to the final kick, Pacific Radio takes you on a high energy ride of catchy hooks, sing-along melodies, and a dose of insouciance. The LA-based rock band’s tight compositions underscore relatable lyrics addressing unrequited love, lust and the pitfalls of being young in the city of Los Angeles. Pacific Radio got its start when the members of two different Los Angeles bands came to an end. Joe Robinson, the lead singer, guitarist, and lyricist of Pacific Radio, played with bassist Joe Stiteler in the 2000’s LA punk band The Ringers. Robinson was no stranger to music, growing up in Minnesota with his father’s miniature record store in the family basement. Both Robinson and Stiteler crossed paths with guitarist and recording engineer Kyle Biane while recording the first Pacific Radio demo. Biane brought along drummer Hyke Shirinian, who had accompanied him in the L.A. band The Kepler Mission. This was the start of Pacific Radio as they began growing their L.A. fan base playing every local show they could from The
Satellite to The Viper Room.
When the famed BottleRock Festival announced that Pacific Radio would be part of its 2017 lineup, the band dove into work on The Kitchen Table EP. The EP, released in January 2017, showcased the band’s diverse influences, with a mixture of catchy hooks and relatable lyrics over an energetic rock and roll foundation. Pacific Radio got a chance to perfect these tracks with recent performances at Red Gorilla Fest and MidCoast Takeover in Austin, banging out 5 shows in 4 days
during SXSW 2017. The band is currently recording their first full-length album with Grammy-nominated engineer, Eric Weaver.
If Pacific Radio isn’t on your radar, you should adjust your dial. Because they’re headed to a stereo near you very soon.

SERF and JAMES