The Great Escape Of Leslie Magnafuzz left fans foaming at the mouth for a chance to see Radio Moscow perform live. Following a slew of American dates with Swedish retro groovers Graveyard this past winter after guitarist/vocalist Parker Griggs jettisoned his rhythm section, the Iowa blues jammers will be hitting up a new run of shows with Nashville’s The Dirty Streets in support. They’ll be at The Studio At Webster Hall in Manhattan on July 15 and The Brighton Bar in Long Branch July 16.

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    […] THE AQUARIAN WEEKLY (NY & NJ weekly) – Positive show preview with band photo. Radio Moscow: Traveling Transmission —by Jonny Cohn, July 10, 2012 The Great Escape Of Leslie Magnafuzz left fans foaming at the mouth for a chance to see Radio Moscow perform live. Following a slew of American dates with Swedish retro groovers Graveyard this past winter after guitarist/vocalist Parker Griggs jettisoned his rhythm section, the Iowa blues jammers will be hitting up a new run of shows with Nashville’s The Dirty Streets in support. They’ll be at The Studio At Webster Hall in Manhattan on July 15 and The Brighton Bar in Long Branch July 16. http://www.theaquarian.com/2012/07/10/radio-moscow-traveling-transmission/ […]

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