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Saturday's Radio is singer-songwriter Rob Christensen's ongoing folk-rock (& stuff) music project. We make records influenced by the likes of R.E.M., Neil Young, The Beatles, Bob Dylan, and Wilco. We also love The Replacements, Bob Mould, Joni Mitchell, The Beach Boys, The Ramones, The Who, The Kinks, Elliott Smith, and so many more. We've been at this for a while and we're adding new stuff all the time, so please take a look around. And thank you for supporting independent music.
I'm seeking hosts for a House Concert tour this summer. Are you interested in having a solo-acoustic Saturday's Radio show in your living room or on your deck? Check out our "Summer 2015 House Concert Tour" page (updated Monday, May 4, 2015) and drop me a line.
- Rob C.
The Latest -
Tuesday, May 19, 2015 - This Is It! - "The Love That She Makes" lyric video
For the past several months the boys and girls of Saturday's Radio have been working to get every single one of our released songs up on YouTube. That hard work has finally paid off - we've just uploaded the last piece to the puzzle. It's "The Love That She Makes" from our album Roses for Sharon. This song is kind of special because it's one of two (along with "Butterflies") we had to re-record when it came time to reissue Roses for Sharon under the Saturday's Radio name. So without further ado, here's "The Love That She Makes", YouTube style.
Wednesday, May 13, 2015 - Cottage Session #2
Update - I ended up making a few adjustments to the audio portion. Below is my original post from Monday, May 4th.
Last Saturday evening I set up the mics, cameras, and recording software and filmed another solo-acoustic Cottage Session. My goal is to do a Cottage Session at the beginning of each month. This second installment of the series features three songs from The Truth Hurts - "Thirteen Weeks", "Sorry Again", and "Somewhere Down the Road". It's always fun playing live but, honestly, in listening back I feel like my voice was a little rough that night. But in the "warts and all" spirit of this series, I'm leaving it as-is. I'll have installment #3 up in early June.
In other news, I'm still looking for house concert hosts for a summer tour. If you're interested in hosting a Saturday's Radio show in your living room, check out our Summer 2015 House Concert Tour page for the where, when, and how.
Here's Cottage Session #2 - May 2, 2015:
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