Wrapped Up In Books

The embryo of future show reviews
August 12, 2008, 12:53 am
Filed under: A, Biomusicology, Musical reviews | Tags: , , ,

A personal favourite songwriter-singer of mine named Joshua Radin (songs featured multiple times on Scrubs due to being not only talented, but also friends with Zach Braff) came to Lee’s Palace on August 2, 2008.

Besides playing his established classics (Winter, Closer, Today) he played some tracks from his upcoming full-length album, to be released in early September. Though his now ex-girlfriend Schuyler Fisk was missed (their on-stage chemistry was undeniable), Radin has found himself a new female counterpart who did the trick.

The final treat of the night was Josh getting down into the crowd and playing a cover of Bob Dylan’s “Don’t Think Twice, It’s Alright” completely unplugged and totally engulfed in flash photography while doing so. Happy listening!

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Nice. I might have to check out Josh Radin now – his SF show has been hovering on my conterting calendar for weeks… some of his songs just kill me.

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