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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.
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Sunday, March 1, 2014 - "Hollywood's Dreams" lyric video
Our quest to claim our own little corner of You Tube continues with another lyric video, this time for "Hollywood's Dreams" from our album Opera Alley.
Friday, February 27, 2014 - "Somebody to Adore" lyric video
Here's the lyric video for the second track from Opera Alley, "Somebody to Adore". I find the song, um, interesting now. It's now one of my least favorite songs lyrically - too whiney, in my opinion. I rarely if ever perform it live. But musically I think it's a pretty good track. I really like the guitar riffs & synthesizer. Here 'tis:
Monday, February 23, 2014 - "Opera Alley" lyric video / slideshow
Here's today's video, this time for the song "Opera Alley". I was in a somewhat Kinksian mood when I made this record. Opera Alley is located in the Old Town part of Eureka, California. The pics were snapped in February 2000 at around the same time as the Opera Alley album was being completed.
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