Radio was recorded at Studio G! in Nashville, TN with Grammy-nominated producer Doug Lancio.
released 19 January 2016
Ian McFeron: Vocals, Acoustic Guitar,      Piano on track 10
Doug Lancio: Electric & Acoustic Guitars;      Drums, Bass, and Organ on track 4
Russ Pahl: Pedal Steel, Banjo
John Dedrick: piano, B3, pump organ
Chris Donohue: Bass Guitar
Marco Giovino: Drums, Percussion
Alisa Milner: Backing Vocals
Recorded and Mixed by Doug Lancio at      Studio G!, Nashville, TN
Mastered by Ed Brooks at RFI
Mastering, Seattle, WA
All Songs Written by Ian Mcferon
Produced by Doug Lancio
Praise for Radio
"I was instantly hooked as soon as I heard Gotta Have Faith; which opens the album. McFeron’s charismatic voice could easily become my ‘Sound of the Summer;’ and the message in the song is probably just what I need at the moment too..."
-Allan Harrison, The Rocking Magpie
""His song...paint vivid pictures of Northwest landscapes, touring, love and heartbreak, faith, hope, and the comforts of home. They are introspective, yet universal to those whose lives take them on the road for weeks and months at a time, and those who feel the joy (or trepidation) of coming home..."
-Lisa Knight, No Depression
"That heyday era of singer-songwriters as Pop chart contenders is the period that Ian McFeron dials in on Radio..."
-Danny McCloskey, The Alternate Root
Press Quotes for Ian McFeron
"By diligently listening to Ian McFeron's 7th album, it is a mystery that he is not signed to a major label, although he is mentioned in the same breath as both Bob Dylan and John Lennon....."
-Hans Bloom, Dalademokraten
“With a jingle of tambourine we get a likely candidate for album of the year – simple as… Soaked in California sunshine one minute, then deep in the dustbowl the next, it’s like a greatest hits of everyone you like.”
- Rudie Humphrey, Americana UK
"You don't have to know about Ian McFeron's background to know that these songs were all probably written in cheap hotels in the middle of the night, and history tells us that's where the best ones come from."
- Alan Harrison, Maverick Magazine
"Ian McFeron and Ray Lamonagne are among the latest to earn the description Dylanesque."
- Gene Stout, Seattle P.I.