Doubt Pain & Rock & Roll
"...lead singer (Trace) is a red-hot rock goddess who drips sex appeal..." "They just seem like they were born to be on stage." Thomas Pizzola, The Hartford Advocate "...a high-powered, high-energy cruise through a romper room of rock and roll." Bob Gulla, The Providence Phoenix "...(Trace) has an incredibly seductive voice- one of those Gwen Stefani or Debby Harry voices that makes you feel... I don't know... just makes you FEEL. She is enchanting." Eric Dimbleby, The Local Mix "...a nice combination of attitude, snarl, sarcasm, harmony & sing-a-long flavor..." Brian Goslow, Worcester Magazine No one loves rock'n'roll like The Radionics. Born around the dawn of MTV, rock/pop music and culture grabbed them at birth and never let go. Now, they are doing the same to fans with their reverent but raucous response to the music that shaped their lives. Blending the most tasteful elements of 60's garage, 70's stoner rock and 80's new wave, the band puts their influences to good use, invigorating them with an extra dose of attitude. Add the sweet, seductive voice of bassist/vocalist Trace, sizzling vocal harmonies and classy guitar riffs of sibling SG, and vehement fireworks created by drummer Angelo Franco, and it's easy to see why they are turning heads and winning over rock aficionados everywhere. Their first two albums enjoyed airplay on both XM and Sirius satellite radio, as well as MTV's hit show "Made". Touring Boston, Providence, New York and several points in between over the past few years, and having shared the stage with a diverse range of acts (from the Misfits to Mike Doughty) under previous moniker Rebecca Nurse, the trio have honed their skills and created highly energetic live shows one critic described as "sweaty, new-wave, boogie-woogie dance parties".
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