Even if Josh Radin's name isn't immediately recognizable, it is virtually impossible not to have heard his music. His songs have made dozens of appearances in the back and foregrounds of television shows like Scrubs and Grey's Anatomy, and Radin's not-too-sappy love songs come in a satiating style of folk music that is reminiscent of Cat Stevens.
Beyond his TV work, Radin has released three albums -- the latest being 2010's The Rock and The Tide -- and has seen much success on the iTunes charts. Radin comes to the Boulder Theater tonight for a nice, low-key start to the concert week. This show is all ages and tickets are $25.25-27.25. Doors open at 7 p.m., acts start at 8 p.m.
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