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Go Radio signs to Fearless Records

WESTMINSTER, Calif. – Pop-rock quartet Go Radio has signed on as the newest member of the Fearless Records family.

“We’re all really stoked that Fearless has become the home for Go Radio,” said vocalist and guitarist Jason Lancaster, formerly of Mayday Parade. “We spent a long time searching for someone that could see the future of the band as we do and I couldn’t be happier that Bob along with the rest of Fearless have brought us on board. It’s going to be a long and amazing ride.”

The band is currently in the studio working on a new EP with producers Zack Odem and Kenneth Mount (All Time Low, Mayday Parade, Cartel). The band will be joining A Day to Remember, August Burns Red, Silverstein and Enter Shikari on the second leg of their “Toursick” tour this spring.

Go Radio, formed in September 2008 by Lancaster, expressed excitement to fans in a video message posted on the band’s  Myspace page.

  • Apr 19 – Chicago: House of Blues
  • Apr 20 – Minneapolis: First Avenue
  • Apr  21 – Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada: Garrick Events Theatre
  • Apr  23 – Edmonton, Alberta, Canada: The Starlite Room
  • Apr  24 – Calgary, Alberta, Canada: MacEwan Hall
  • Apr  26 – Spokane, Ore.:  Roseland Theater
  • Apr  29 – San Francisco: Grand Ballroom – Regency
  • Apr  30 – Los Angeles: Wiltern Theatre
  • May 1 – San Diego: Soma
  • May 2 – Pomona, Calif.: The Fox Theatre
  • May 3 – Fresno, Calif.: Rainbow Ballroom
  • May 5 – Tempe, Ariz.: Marquee Theatre
  • May 6 – Las Vegas: Rock The Block Series
  • May 7 – Salt Lake City: Salt Air Pavillion
  • May 8 – Englewood, Colo.: Gothic Theatre
  • May 10 – Tulsa, Okla.: Cain’s Ballroom
  • May 11 – Dallas: Palladium Ballroom
  • May 12 – San Antonio: Sunset Station
  • May 13 – Houston: Warehouse Live
  • May 14 – New Orleans: House Of Blues
  • May 16 – Orlando: House Of Blues
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