Years of touring have honed Radkey’s live performances, stripping away the novelty and turning them into a taught, muscular and confident band that can easily command a venue large or small. The St. Joseph-based band performed Saturday at the RecordBar as part of the 12th annual Crossroads Music Fest.
Years of touring have honed Radkey’s live performances, stripping away the novelty and turning them into a taught, muscular and confident band that can easily command a venue large or small. The St. Joseph-based band performed Saturday at the RecordBar as part of the 12th annual Crossroads Music Fest. T. Rob Brown Special to The Star
Years of touring have honed Radkey’s live performances, stripping away the novelty and turning them into a taught, muscular and confident band that can easily command a venue large or small. The St. Joseph-based band performed Saturday at the RecordBar as part of the 12th annual Crossroads Music Fest. T. Rob Brown Special to The Star
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Crossroads fest showcases the wide variety of styles in the KC music community

September 11, 2016 06:19 PM

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