Radio Free Silver Lake is proud to present Radars to the Sky this Saturday March 22 at El Cid with The World Record and The Californian playing in support. We even have a free pair of tickets for one lucky reader (see details below).
Radars to the Sky began when frontman Andrew Spitzer was retraining for a proper grownup career at law school. During those long nights with Torts and Civil Procedure, Spitzer picked up his much neglected guitar and, soon joined by drummer Kenny Kupers, he started writing new songs and putting together a full band that Spitzer called "the most fun I've ever had playing music, and some of the best times of my life." The feeling is mutual.
Saturday's show is a farewell--at least for now--Kupers is moving to New York and the Spitzers are spending a year in Washington DC. This is the last chance to see Radars until Spitzer's next reinvention. The World Record --who write some of the catchiest and best-written songs out today-- and The Californian --self described as "sometimes surfy sometimes folky sometimes bluesy sometimes beatlesy sometimes stupid sometimes really really sad ..." are opening the show in the cool grotto that is El Cid. A good time will be had by all.
To enter for free tickets drop an e-mail to "RFSLpinto(at)gmail(dot)com”. Include "Radars to the Sky at El Cid" in the subject line and your full name (and any other comments you may have) in the e-mail text. You can also enter via twitter @kpinto. Good luck to all. Please be certain to get that e-mail to us by 12 noon Friday March 21.