OVER THREE DECADES OF HARD WORK IN THE TRENCHES COMES TO A CLOSE
One of the longest lived American bands in recent memory and a true jam music pioneer, The Radiators
have announced their current run of shows will be their last. A statement titled Fold Up The Big Top" on their official website
reads:After 33 years...over 4500 live shows...and a dozen albums...legendary New Orleans rockers The Radiators are finally calling it quits. The band has officially decided to break up in mid-June following their final tour, which will include one last New Years' Eve run, a MOMs Ball and also headlining their final appearance at The New Orleans Jazz & Heritage Festival. The band will honor all dates already on their schedule and are planning to add as many shows as possible before ending their storied 33 year career. The guys want to whole-heartedly thank their long time fans for making this ride as amazing as it has been. They truly feel that their fans are the best and most dedicated in the world and have kept their traveling circus alive. Individual band members will announce their plans in the near future.
The Radiators play two shows in New Orleans this coming weekendSaturday, November 13 at the Maple Leaf, and Sunday, November 14 at the Oak Street Po-Boy Festival.
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