volving over the last 10 years, Radiocraft finally settled on a permanent line-up in 2002 along with the release of their debut, In Stereo. In Stereo was hailed by fans and critics alike as a rare find among indie offerings. Two years later they enlisted the aid of rock veteran, songwriter and producer Michael Lutz (Brownsville Station/Ted Nugent Band) to expand on their melodic refrains & smart guitar work of In Stereo that originally put them on the map. The results of this extra effort appeared on their self released 2005 sophomore record, Red. Once again, garnering positive reviews from DJs, critics and fans both in the US & Europe, word quickly spread and landed the band in various supporting slots for nationals such as Seether, Dark New Day, Ours, and Slave To The System. Fronted by femme-rocker Suzie Ferro (vocals) and backed by veteran Detroit rockers, Ferro's two brothers: Ron Alcini (guitar/vocals) and Dan Alcini (drums, vocals), musical kinsmen Kevin Breslin (guitar), and Ken Williams (bass), Radiocraft would work to gain the attention of audiences everywhere with the influences of: AC/DC, Deep Purple, Rolling Stones, Beatles, Led Zeppelin, Thin Lizzy, Queen, Tom Petty, Pre-"1984" Van Halen,Pink Floyd, Big Star, Foo Fighters, Audioslave, King's X, Perfect Cirvcle, Jeff Buckley, Ours, Blue, Toad The Wet Sprocket, John Mayer, The Jayhawks, Lucinda Williams, Johnny Cash, Ryan Adams (not Brian Adams), Gillian Welch, Slaid Cleaves. At time of writing the membership had changed to include Ferro, Breslin and Williams with new members Chris Castro (drums).
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