How to Hire TV ON THE RADIO For Your Event!
Tunde Adebimpe, David Sitek, Kyp Malone, Jaleel Bunton
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TV on the Radio is an American rock band from Brooklyn, New York, formed in 2001.
The first release from TV on the Radio (initially, just founding members Adebimpe and Sitek) was the self-released OK Calculator (the title being a reference to Radiohead‘s album, OK Computer). They were later joined by Kyp Malone and released the Young Liars EP in 2003. This was followed by the full-length Desperate Youth, Blood Thirsty Babes, which earned the band the 2004 Shortlist Music Prize. They released a second EP, New Health Rock, later that year.
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In early 2006, The band’s second album, Return to Cookie Mountain, leaked and garnered pre-release praise from Pitchfork Media before its official release in July. The record was released in the US and Canada in September on Interscope. Spin magazine named Return to Cookie Mountain its Album of the Year for 2006.
The record features guest appearances by David Bowie, Omega Moon, Celebration, Dragons of Zynth, Martin Perna and Stuart D. Bogie of Antibalas, Blonde Redhead, and Yeah Yeah Yeahs‘ Nick Zinner. Bowie contributed back-up vocals on the song “Province”. In promotion of the album, the band performed ” Wolf Like Me” on the Late Show with David Letterman, which has garnered over two million views on YouTube. During the US tour, TVOTR performed a few covers with Bauhaus vocalist, Peter Murphy, and Nine Inch Nails frontman, Trent Reznor.
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A solo album by Dave Sitek, Maximum Balloon, was released August 24, 2010, on Interscope, and featured a variety of guest vocals by many of his musician friends, such as Karen O, David Byrne, and both of his TVOTR vocalist bandmates.
In May 2013, TVOTR headlined and curated the All Tomorrow’s Parties music festival, held at Pontins holiday camp in Camber Sands, England, at which they debuted the new song, “Mercy”.
In early 2015, it was announced that TVOTR would perform at the Shaky Knees and Boston Calling Music Festivals in May.
TV on the Radio has said that their eclectic music is due to their appreciation for diverse bands, including Bad Brains, Earth, Wind & Fire, Nancy Sinatra, Serge Gainsbourg, Brian Eno, and Pixies. Adebimpe covered the Pixies song, “Mr. Grieves”, under the TVOTR moniker at the beginning of his career, layering his voice over forty times. The band has also cited Prince’s “Purple Rain” as a classic. TV on the Radio have also named post-punk acts Wire and Siouxsie and the Banshees as influences.
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Frequently Asked Questions About How To Hire TV ON THE RADIO for a private party or special event.
HOW TO BOOK TV ON THE RADIO?
(i.e., how to hire TV ON THE RADIO for an event)
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Simply click on the “Let’s Get Started!” link found on this page. Then, send us your request for booking information.
Include information about your plans for your event and how taking steps to hire TV ON THE RADIO (or someone similar) might be of special interest.
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HOW MUCH DOES IT COST TO BOOK/HIRE TV ON THE RADIO?
(i.e., what is the booking fee to hire TV ON THE RADIO for an event?)
(i.e., what is TV ON THE RADIO booking fee to perform at an event?)
Official booking fees for TV ON THE RADIO, or any other celebrity, are determined based on a number of factors and may change at any time without prior notice.
Factors influencing pricing vary and may include date, location, type of event, whether a private party or a public concert, the artist’s calendar, whether the artist is on tour or not, how well tickets are selling at the artist’s concerts, the current demand for the artist’s music, market activity, etc.
As you might expect, the more in-demand the artist is, the more buyers are prepared to pay. Of course, this causes the artist’s price to increase as the artist becomes more popular or decrease when the artist becomes less popular.
Exclusive agents with exclusive representation frequently quote a range instead of a specific price, since changes can occur at any time. Generally, the artist’s manager has a role in the decision to accept any particular offer from a talent buyer.
To learn the most current artist’s pricing, or the estimated artist’s fee for your particular event, simply click on the “Let’s Get Started!” link found on this page. Then, send us your request for booking information.
To learn the artist’s current availability for your special event, simply click on the “Let’s Get Started!” link found on this page. Then, send us your request for booking information.
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