From there, it was only a matter of time before his music frequented shows like Grey’s Anatomy and One Tree Hill.
Radin’s latest album, 2010’s The Rock and The Tide, may have tried a little too hard to break the acoustic mold of his previous records, featuring some trite lyricism and employing more electric instrumentation, which didn’t quite mix with Radin’s often whispered vocals. Though it left most of his fans hoping for a return of his former style, The Rock and The Tide was overall a solid effort and decent third album.
For Radin’s return to Ohio, expect city rivalries to be drowned out by some oh-so-sweet love songs.
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