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As pre-teens growing up in small-town Saint Joseph, Mo., brothers Dee, Isaiah and Solomon Radke
enrolled in rock 'n' roll high school as their ticket out of Nowheresville. The brothers played their first
show opening for Fishbone in 2011 and haven't looked back since. In 2013, the Cat & Mouse and
Devil Fruit EPs took Radkey from sweaty backroom punk gigs to storming the UK's Download
Festival and Riotfest in the U.S. They continue to tour nationally and internationally supporting
bands such as Jack White, Rise Against, The Damned, WIZO, Descendents, Local H, and recently
joined Foo Fighters on their 26th Anniversary Tour.

Radkey enlisted Arctic Monkeys producer/mixer, Ross Orton, to produce their debut record,
Delicious Rock Noise. The result was an across-the-board detonation of several shades of rock,
punk, and wild abandon - and riffs, riffs, riffs.
Radkey partnered with MasterCard in January 2018 for the #StartSomethingPriceless campaign
featuring SZA. The campaign included a docuseries that premiered on The Ellen DeGeneres Show
while commercials aired during the 60th Annual GRAMMY Awards televised broadcast.

2019 brought the release of No Strange Cats, produced with Bill Stevenson (Descendents) at The
Blasting Room where Radkey's sound continued to expand and mature, reflected in the sleek guitar
and growing bass.
The 2020 self-release of Radkey’s third album, GREEN ROOM on Little Man Records has been
described as “A rock album for the 21st Century” (Atwood Magazine) made up of thick, slick rock and
roll sounds built on power chords and hypnotic vocal melodies.
Radkey is charging into 2022 with new single releases and another full album on the horizon.
Radkey a testament to the future of music, and this band is primed for rock and roll glory.

“By playing a retro style of hard rock/punk (while adding newer layers like sludge), the band is able to
tune into an overall feel that hasn’t really existed since the dawn of Nirvana: seriously good rock that
doesn’t take itself so seriously.” (New Noise)

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