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Radiohead is playing at the Roseland Ballroom in New York City on September 28 and 29. After that? The only place you will be able to catch them is on Saturday Night Live and The Colbert Report. Via Hitfix.com:
The last time Radiohead regularly gigged in the U.S. was in Aug. 2008. These mark the first concerts in support of newest album "The King of Limbs," released earlier this year.
In addition to these live shows, the band will initiate "The Colbert Report's" very first hour-long episode on Sept. 26; according to a release from Comedy Central, the group will play tracks from "TKoL" and "The Daily Mail," one of their unreleased tracks promoted during their "TKoL" stints overseas.
Additionally, Radiohead is scheduled for a stop on "Saturday Night Live" on Sept. 24, the comedy show's season premiere.
And at the moment, it doesn't look like they are going to stray far from the NYC area.
The band's newest album marks their eighth full-length effort and first since 2007. "The King of Limbs" was released in March but is getting re-released in October. Radiohead has won three Grammy awards for Best Alternative Music Album and they have been nominated a total of 14 times. The band has been around since 1985 and they are still rocking. Check out this live performance of their most popular song, Creep.
Radiohead doesn't have any tour dates listed beyond the two New York shows, but there are still plenty of great shows going on at the Roseland Ballroom, including Deadmau5. Let CHARGED.fm get you the best tickets to the October show.