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American Radio appears tonight at the Main Street Café.

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POSTED June 26, 2009 2:49 a.m.
American Radio is bringing its blend of rock music to Manteca residents tonight at the Main Street Café.

And it won’t even cost you a dime to go see the San Jose-based group that is traveling to venues throughout Northern California to support their self-titled debut album released earlier this year.

Modeling their set to fit into the quaint coffeehouse, the band will strip down from their typical full alternative performances to an acoustic set that drummer Ryan Eula says – when combined with the group’s variety – will make for a great night of music.

“We each have our own style and it’s definitely an eccentric mix of guys with varying personalities,” Eula says of the five-member band. “The nice thing is that everyone compliments each other in that respect so it’s not really an off-the-wall kind of scenario – which makes for great music.”

American Radio is comprised of Brodie Steward (vocals), Matthieu Grace (lead guitars), Jono Mueller (rhythm guitars), Dave Demby (bass), and Eula.

The show, which starts at 8 p.m., will be opened by Modesto-based Plan B, and will be free to the public.

According to Eula, the band – which has been playing together collectively for more than a year – loves to get out to new places where they can share their music with people.

“Each one of us is personable, and we’re all curious individuals,” he said. “You get to meet up with different people when you go out and play somewhere new, and there’s something that’s just exciting about that.”

The Main Street Café is located at 1351 N. Main Street. For more information, call 825-2242. To hear some of American Radio’s music visit their MySpace page at www.myspace.com/americanradio.
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