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Radio Radio

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1119 E. Prospect St
Indianapolis, IN 46208
Last Updated: September 26, 2018

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About Radio Radio

 Located right next door to the Fountain Square Theatre Building, Radio Radio hosts local and national acts of all genres. Grab a beer from what we consider the most gorgeous bar in the city and prepare to be blown away by the state-of-the-art sound system and beautiful stage.

 

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If the fear of another bad date terrifies you more than the fear of commitment, grab your honeypie and experience what the city of Indianapolis has planned just for you.

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Revivalist version of the legendary British 80s ska band brought down the house at Radio Radio over the weekend, with A2 Industries opening.

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The Nashville-based band has swapped out a kitschy, countrified sound for go-go garage rock, without losing their lightheartedness and Southern swagger.

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A dynamic live band, Neon Love Life made it clear they enjoyed the living crap out of the rock life at their release show. Bar music at its best.

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Fronted by legendary music industry maverick Steve Albini, Shellac brought their abrasive post-hardcore sounds to Radio Radio for a sold-out show Tuesday.

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The Brooklyn-based experimental rock band played a less-than-inspiring show Wednesday evening, but opening acts Pomegranates and Vacation Club shined.

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NUVO spoke with Sebadoh's Lou Barlow in advance of their Friday Radio Radio show, their first appearance in Indianapolis in recent memory.

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The band that Kurt Cobain once compared to the Beatles makes their way to American shores once again in support of their 'Osaka Ramones' tribute album.

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Forty-two bands will cover mega-stars David Bowie, Michael Jackson and R.E.M. at the White Rabbit Cabaret, Radio Radio and the Fountain Square Theater this Friday.

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San Antonio-based all-girl rock group discuss their tour, their new album, and their time with Morrissey. Girl in a Coma plays tonight at Radio Radio.

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Hero Jr. is blowing up like a roadside bomb. Questionable reference? Maybe. Awesome band? Definitely.

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The Alabama Shakes aren't the only young band working the '60s soul vein these days, but they bring more fire, grit and credibility to the game than most.

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Band-on-the-rise Alabama Shakes delivers on the hype at their highly anticipated Indiana debut at Radio Radio.

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Radio Radio bouncer Big Chuck once again gets his own Xmas show, which this time showcased two well-known local acts and one relative newcomer from Chicago.

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Denver indie pop trio Tennis brought their warm, easily enjoyable sound to Radio Radio Monday night in support of their sophomore album 'Young

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Let your inner do-gooder out this weekend with two music events benefitting Indy non-profits.

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The first full-length from The Lumineers wallops with a roots rock punch of backwoods-via-NYC soul, mixed with giddy realism and music surprising and powerful.

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The cellist let it all hang out Saturday, showcasing his unique mix of folk, bluegrass, jazz and R

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B. He was accompanied by fellow Kentuckian Jordon Ellis on percussion.

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Photos of Burlesque Bingo, Prospect Hill, March Fourth Marching, Cootie Crabtree, Taylor Norris, Blackberry Jam, and Shelby County Sinners.

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The band's formula was simple; begin with droning feedback, let the smoke machines gush, insert a sludge riff, vocalize universally mundane (but by no means stupid) life troubles. Solo, jam, repeat to infinity.

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Area musicians recreate The Band's Last Waltz to benefit Down Syndrome Indiana.

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Experimental duo mr. Gnome returns to Indy this weekend -- here's what they'll be listening to on the drive here.

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Bryan Moore captures Andy D, The Vulgar Boatmen, Oreo Jones, Hasenpfeffer, Hero Jr, La Revolucion, KO and Street Spirits this past weekend.

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This summer was the time when one part of the city seemed to coalesce from a bunch of musicians living in the same rugged neighborhood, into a thriving, well-organized artistic community.

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Rock and roll sleaze lit up Radio Radio last Friday night when a massive audience packed the venue for Electric Six, but Indy's own Andy D blew them out of the water.

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I'm very, pretty much, a modest, Midwestern kind of person. I always found it a little embarrassing to 'put your name out there,' like, 'Live! In Person! John C. Reilly!'

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Melvins' frontman gets (even more) weird, this time on a solo acoustic tour that stops in Indy this Friday.

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I've never been settled in a place,

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says Yoni Wolf of Why?.

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I've always been in a different place, a different circumstance, you know, been on tour most of the time.

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Over the course of seven deeply compelling and quite thrilling instrumental rock tunes on their debut EP, Scanlines prove they can already hang with any of your favorite post-rockers.

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Barfly takes a trip through the tale of Hero Jr., an Indy band on the brink. They'll play at Radio Radio on Saturday with Tyler Bryant and The Shakedown.

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Their recent album, Distraction, is the ultimate soundtrack for a Saturday night out and they performed at the Coachella festival in Californi…

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Not too long ago, Radio Radio owner Tufty Clough opened a new Fountain Square Venue, the Dia De Los Muertos-themed taco joint La Revolucion, b…

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We've got the entire new KO EP here for your listening pleasure, plus info on the release show this weekend.

Events at this Location

Bigger Than Elvis
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Bigger than Elvis. Rockabilly heavy on the rock. Indianapolis Rockabilly band plays at Radio Radio the second Friday of every month!

stephenkellogg
$20

Over the last decade, New England native Stephen Kellogg has performed more than 1500 concerts around the world, raised thousands of dollars f…