Garage-punk crew Radkey, they say, do whatever the fuck they want. They also say that they grew up in a “shitty little pink house in St. Joseph, Missouri” and were homeschooled. The three brothers just spent their days listening to their dad’s records and dreaming of rocking out on stage. Now, they rock out on stage night after night with their rich combination of punk, funk, soul and hard rock. They’ve wowed Cheap Trick fans while touring with the power-pop titans, and they’ll wow you too. For this Alex’s Bar show, they’re ably supported by The Line, Tijuana Knife Fight and Rats in the Louvre. That’s a stunning night of eclectic punk in Long Beach.

Radkey plays at 8 p.m. on Saturday, November 9 at Alex’s Bar.

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