Dispatch's Radio City Music Hall Concert Now Available To Stream In Full

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Dispatch's Radio City Music Hall Concert Now Available To Stream In Full

Dispatch played an incredible 135 minute set at their sold out Radio City Music Hall concert in New York City on Friday October 5th. If you weren't at the show or just want to relive it again over and over, you're in luck. The replay of the live webcast is now available on demand at

Dispatch's first album in over a decade, Circles Around The Sun, was released on August 21st via the band's own Bomber Records and debuted at Number 24 on the Billboard 200 Albums Chart, marking their highest chart entry in their 16-year career. The album also debuted as the Number 10 Digital Album in the U.S. and earned the band career high debuts in Germany, Canada, and Austria. 



Dispatch is Chad Stokes, Brad Corrigan, and Pete Francis. After forming in New England in 1996 and through intense word of mouth and fan loyalty, Dispatch went on to become one of the biggest draws on the live music scene, and arguably one of the biggest independent rock bands in History. The band released their debut album in 1996, an acoustic-driven folk-pop affair called Silent Steeples, on their own Bomber Records followed by 1998's reggae-flavored Bang Bang. In 1999 the band released their third album Four Day Trials. After a brief hiatus during which various members pursued solo endeavors, in 2004 the group organized a free show in Boston on the Esplanade, anticipating perhaps 20,000 people would turn up. The concert became the largest show in independent music event history (documented in the feature film The Last Dispatch). In 2011 the trio decided to record new music, which led to last year's Dispatch EP and now Circles Around The Sun.

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