Alex Radus is proud to make his home in the beautiful and artistically rich Lehigh and Delaware River Valley region. But his music draws from across the American songwriting spectrum and beyond. As a result, Alex's songwriting leapfrogs across genres, often blurring the lines between them.
Alex has toured the country extensively, recorded multiple albums, and won numerous awards and critical acclaim for his songwriting and performing. Radus has been heard on WXPN, WSTW, performed live on Wisconsin Public Radio’s Higher Ground with Jonathan Overby, and played at numerous festivals and famed clubs such as MusikFest (Bethlehem, PA), AntiFolk Fest (NYC), Augusta Heritage Fest (Elkins, WV), Club Passim (Boston), Tin Angel (Philly), and Eddie’s Attic (Atlanta, GA).
The endearing warmth and charm of Julia Mark's music and voice has quickly made her a favorite in the Boston music scene. As a singer-songwriter and pianist, she creates lyric-driven, optimistically dissonant songs about life on the moon, loss of memory, shifting homes, and palindromes. With the songwriting penchant of Carole King and the soft-easy vocal of Suzanne Vega, Julia is for the listener who likes to transcend into a musical and visual scene. Julia Mark was a 2016 Iguana Music Fund grantee, spurring the creation of her first full-length album, “Gemini" (January 2018).