“...Musicians whose work is infused with the rich sound of their Philly heritage” - John Saeger, The Philadelphia Globe
Rad and Kell started as a college project in 2011 at LaSalle University. Little did they know at the time, they were embarking on more than just a musical journey. Celebrating their 10th year in 2021, the now husband and wife duo has over 1,500 shows, an EP, and 2 full length albums under their belt. Their latest album “Seasons” was recorded and released in the midst of the Coronavirus Pandemic in November of 2020.
Over the last decade Rad and Kell have become a major fixture in the fertile Philadelphia area music scene. They have played venues like the Legendary Dobbs, Xfinity Live and the Fieldhouse, Ardmore Music Hall and played notable festivals such as Musikfest (Bethlehem, PA) and the Ladybug Festival (Wilmington, DE). In 2018 they played their first shows in New York City (Rockwood Music Hall) and Washington DC (Songbyrd), with the goal to play more shows outside of the tri-state area.
Their music reflects the optimism and pure joy that comes with love, and it's feel-good music at its finest.
Rad and Kell married their musical inspirations to create a soul-pop duo that is reminiscent of male/female duos of the 60s and 70s (think Captain & Tennille, The Carpenters, Sonny & Cher, only with less cheese) but with a fresh twist that could only be from the 21st century. In addition to soul and pop, there’s a strong mix of R&B, funk and a little folk thrown in the groove.