Sara Radle

Sara Radle

 Los Angeles, California, USA

Sara Radle (formerly of The Rentals, Calamity Magnet, Lucy Loves Schroeder) writes indie-pop influenced by girl groups of the 60s, The Beach Boys, and classic punk rock, artfully balancing catchy hooks with lush harmonies.


After three years in The Rentals (fronted by ex-Weezer bassist, Matt Sharp), Texas-born Los Angeles-based songwriter/musician Sara Radle (formerly of Lucy Loves Schroeder, Calamity Magnet) has returned to her critically acclaimed solo career.

In early 2010, Sara went into the studio with Grammy award winning engineer Dennis Moody recording her much anticipated fourth solo record, influenced by girl groups of the 60s, The Beach Boys, and classic punk rock. Sara also began playing shows with her solo project again in early 2010, starting with a show with Goldenboy at The Press in Claremont in February and opening up for The Webb Brothers at Spaceland in Silverlake that April.

"Four" was released in September of 2010. Sara is currently writing music for her next album, which she plans to record herself. Stay tuned for more details about that and other upcoming shows!

2002 Fort Worth Weekly Music Award - Artist of the Year
2002 Dallas Observer Music Award - Best New Artist
2002 Dallas Observer Music Award - Best Female Vocalist
2001 FW Weekly Music Award - Best Female Vocalist


- SOLO, Four, LP, coming Fall, 2010

- WALKING SLEEP, Measures, LP, coming May 25, 2010

- CALAMITY MAGNET, self-titled, EP, 2008

- THE RENTALS, Last Little Life EP, 2007

- SOLO, People You've Been Before EP, 2004

- SOLO, You Can't Make Everybody Like You, LP, 2004

- LUCY LOVES SCHROEDER, self-titled, LP, 2001

- LUCY LOVES SCHROEDER, Dragon Lady, EP, 2001

- SOLO, jellybeanswithbellybuttons, LP, 2000 (Released under the name Fred Savage Fanclub)

- LUCY LOVES SCHROEDER, Seven Inch Jellyfish, vinyl EP, 2000

- LUCY LOVES SCHROEDER, It's A Hamster Christmas Charlie Brown, LP, 1998

Set List

Set lengths can vary from 35 minutes to an hour.