What a great night of music this has been. It’s the Walter Sickert And The Army Of Broken Toys album release show. We’ve already had killer sets by Ruby Rose Fox and The Field Effect. Now, The Rationales are closing with their song “Let It Go.” So good. So, so good.
This was the first Boston area show for The Rationales with Chad Raleigh on guitar.
The Rationales were the first band to play at Radio. It’s only fitting that they take part in the venue’s first anniversary show.
I’m alive and well at Radio, but I feel like I’ve died and gone to well-crafted-pop-n-roll heaven. We’re spoiled, folks.
Great songs have always been a trademark of The Rationales.
In case David Mirabella and his bandmates in The Rationales didn’t know it already, a large contingent of their fans sang along to remind them that they have some of the best songs in town. When the band plays them with the fire and passion that they did in the Rumble Semifinal, it’s going to [...]
When a good rock n’ roll band finds its groove, it’s a wonderful thing.
The Rationales come back out to give us a proper send off.
The Rationales opened and closed the their own CD release show for The Distance In Between. The first set was a stripped down acoustic affair.