On 4/27 Sub-Radio Standard opened for Hot Chelle Rae
at Mason Day in Fairfax, Va. The band performed on the Main Stage
adjacent to the Patriot Center at George Mason University. Tickets and Information.
SRS had one of their best performances to
date. They opened with "Where I'm Coming From" one of their latest.
The set moved on to "Playing with Matches" and "Don't come Home". SRS
did the cover "Somebody I used to know "and then closed with "Make My
Day" and "Dresden" to an enthusiastic and appreciative crowd.
SRS performing the cover "Somebody that I used to know"
It seems videos of SRS are popping up on YouTube such as this one based on the song "Make My Day".
Early April, the Band returned to Cue Studios to work on some
additional songs for their album with platinum winning producer, Jim Ebert.
Working in Studio makes for some long days, but the band was very happy
with their recordings of "Dresden", "Where I'm Coming From" and "Don't
go Home". The new songs take SRS to a whole another level for their
upcoming show at GMU's Mason Day.
SRS is on the air on Rock's DC101 Local Lix
with their new release, "Wintersong". DC 101 has played a number of
Sub-Radio Standard songs including Make My Day, Amber and Watch
Sub Radio Standard played at the DC Rock and Roll Marathon on March 17th in downtown, Washington D.C., The event was headlined by Switchfoot.
On March 3rd, SRS played at George Mason University to a lively audience in the Hub Ballroom. The event is a homecoming of sorts for 2 band members, Mark Siford and Michael Pereira who are GMU students.
GMU's Broadside had this to say about the band, "Sounding like a cross between The Fray and Jack’s Mannequin, Sub-Radio Standard had an extremely polished sound and a singer with the voice of an angel. Their last number had the entire crowd singing along by the end — a mark of a job well done."