There are very few things you can count on these days, but one thing is for sure, legendary New Orleans rockers The Radiators (still consisting of the same 5 original members) will be on the road playing to packed houses night after night just like they have for the past 31 years. Playing venues ranging from intimate clubs to large festivals The Rads have built up a dedicated fan base known as "fish heads" who turn out to hear the group's marathon sets which feature new material, old favorites and eclectic cover versions. It's a different show every night which is one of the reasons that "fish heads" have been known to follow the band from town to town.
In addition the band is putting the finishing touches on a "new" CD actually recorded in the early 90's titled The Lost Southlake Sessions. These recordings were unearthed when the band was going through their archives in preparation for last years' 30th Anniversary Compilation, Wild & Free. The band felt so strong about these sessions that they've decided to release them to the general public. It features 6 songs that have never been officially released in any form by the band. The CD will be available beginning in late April at Jazzfest, the band's shows and from www.theradiators.org. It will also be available at retail at the end of May.