Combining an eclectic variety of influences from all styles and genres ranging from old-school Rock and Soul to Modern Rock with grooves, Radioking is on the way to creating their own unique style and sound by blending catchy, melodic hooks, well crafted songs, diverse and powerful vocals and expert musicianship that harkens back to the days where a successful and popular Rock band not only meant having great songs but being able to play your respective instrument with style, taste and perfection. These are the elements that drive this Dallas based quintet to keep pushing the envelope in not only the art of songwriting and sonic experimentation but in pushing their playing to constant higher levels and doing so in a way that it doesn't take away from but adds to the context of listener friendly songs that people can remember and sing along with regardless of how heavy, soft or pop oriented they may be. Now that the band is getting set to take their elaborate, accessible rock 'n' roll on the road, Radioking plans to spread their stirring sonic gospel the best way they know how; by getting onstage and doing what comes naturally. Radioking, formed in 2005 is comprised of former members of the Dallas based Rock band Seventh Veil and the addition of newcomer and rising young Superstar vocalist, Rus Chaney. ACHIEVEMENTS AND TIDBITS: *February '08 - Debut CD released *October '07 - Main support for L.A. Guns *May '06 - Supporting act for 'The X's'. Featuring Brett Scallions (former lead singer for FUEL). *May '06 - Featured performer at the 2nd Annual Texas Guitar Festival in Tyler, Tx. May 2006 *May '06 - LIVE Television Performance and Interview. NBC affiliate - Ch. 56 Tyler, Tx/East Tx region. *Opened for guitar legend George Lynch at the Aardvark in Ft. Worth, Tx Dec. 16th. * Featured performer at the First Annual Texas Guitar Festival in Tyler, Tx. May 2005 * Choosen to compete in the 2005 Sammy Hagar/Shot at Cabo Wabo battle of the bands. * Guitarist Jimmy Adcock awarded the 2003 / 2004 'Best Classic Rock Style Guitarist' title at Musicianwar.com *Received generous airplay under previous name (Seventh Veil) of first single 'How I Feel' off of Rubber America CD throughout the mid-west including good response and feedback from Roswell, NM.,Salina, KS., Craig, CO., Laurel, MS., & Abilene, TX.. among others. *Reached the Gavin Top 40 Up & Coming charts from airplay of 'How I Feel' 9/98 *'Rubber America' voted one of the best local CD's of '98 in the D/FW metroplex area by Harder Beat magazines, Andie Jones. *Cover story in the March '99 issue of Harder Beat Magazine *One of two battle of the band winners chosen to open for Bad Co. in Lawton, OK. 6/98 *Feature write-up in Metal Edge magazine Dec. '96 *Feature write-up in Harder Beat magazine Sep. '96 *Regular touring schedule throughout Texas, Oklahoma, Louisiana and Arkansas *Opened for National Touring acts such as Bad Company, Oleander, Enuff Z'Nuff, Dio, Warrant and Tesla. *Recorded tracks for Vanilla Ice's (aka Robbie Van Winkles) hard edged comeback album. In '99 (yet to be released to our knowledge....hey..it was a paying studio gig, we can't help what he did before!) *Ever expanding fan-base & mailing list throughout Texas and the rest of the U.S. through constant updates and promotions between the band and their fans *Had logo placed on Blueprint Racing's IRL Indy car driven in the True Value500 June '98 (has nothing to do with our music but we thought it was cool!) Management / Booking: 10Thirteen Management, Inc. Carol Shannon 817.781.3169 Instrumentation Rus Chaney - Vocals Jimmy Adcock - Guitar Mark Stroface - Guitar John Cruz - Bass Scott Crawford - Drums Discography Radioking - self-titled.