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Since forming in May of 2007, Seattle based pop rock band RADUMUS have toured the west coast with their high energy brand of feel good pop rock and spent the summer of 2010 opening for groups like John Mayer, Kings of Leon and Built to Spill.
The bands debut release, "The Radumus EP", was recorded by "Dave Matthews Band" and "Death Cab for Cutie" producer Justin Armstrong, comes out this summer and features the single and music video "Hope You Find a Way"
The bands live show is a top-notch, world class experience that incorporates audience interaction, jaw dropping stage presence that wins over virtually any crowd and showcases their signature "on-the-fly" instrument switch during their song "Hope You Find a Way".
An excerpt from the “Greensburg Daily News” in Greensburg, Indiana discussing the bands live show reads; “They have an aura of energy that radiates from them. You can’t help but tap your foot and be drawn in”.
The band hosted the 2nd bi-annual "Radumubash" benefit concert (Japan Relief) this June in Seattle which included live appearances and autographed rock memorabilia from members of Smash Mouth, Blues Traveler, Presidents of the USA, MXPX, Vendetta Red, and more.
The band also spearheaded the creation of the anti-bullying school assembly program "One Big Team", which has been implemented in select public schools throughout Washington since 2008.
An appearance by Radumus is not just another show, by just another band, it's an event. Welcome to the family of the Radumus Nation.