Jason (Guitar/ Lead Vocals), uses Acetal Pick / Standard / .80
Alex (Guitar/ Backing Vocals), uses Acetal Pick / Standard / .63
Matt (Bass), usesAcetal Pick / Rounded Triangle / .80
“I play Clayton picks because its important to me to have the best sound and quality whether I’m on the stage or in the studio Clayton never lets me down” – Alex
“I love these pics. They never break on me and they’re fun to throw!” – Jason
“I’ve always used Clayton. I’ve tried everything else and other picks just don’t stack up. Even before I knew it was Clayton I would ask for “the one with the bird on it.” Clayton: leaves no need for remorse.” – Matt
It’s a truly rare occasion when a debut by a band is met with the kind of feverish fan anticipation that encircled Lucky Street, the full-length debut by Tallahassee, Florida melodic rockers Go Radio. But then again, none of those other groups have Jason Lancaster at the helm.
The Go Radio singer/songwriter, who’s been crafting unflinchingly honest, breathtakingly beautiful music since venturing out on his own in 2007, boasts arguably the most goosebump-inducing combination of raw vocal talent and songwriting prowess in rock today. Backed by a gifted band with two stellar EPs under their belts, Lancaster Go Radio are only just beginning to explore the seemingly endless potential for their mind-blowing creations.
Go Radio released the Lucky Street Deluxe Edition, featuring stunning fan-loved ballad “Goodnight Moon”, in fall 2011. The Deluxe Edition features un-released tracks, demos and a cover of Adele’s “Rolling In The Deep”. Go Radio has toured with A Day To Remember, Secondhand Serenade, Mayday Parade, and most recently with Yellowcard and label-mates Every Avenue.