- All the hits of Summer -
In 1991 the RADIATORS released a six track EP titled "Hard‐Core" which was financed by the band and released independently....in early 1994 a self‐titled album, again released independently ...This time they made way overseas
with sales in Germany, Austria, Switzerland, Belgium, France and Italy.
In 1995 the EP "Stone" was released which featured the song "Skin Deep"....
The next album release "In the Roar" is a collection of live recordings featuring all the bands classic hits and rare studio recordings.
In early 2000, the band released a brand‐new studio album titled "Smoke and Mirrors" and was the best album by the band yet ...this album features the hit " Unsophisticated" and with recent shows in London, Europe and Brazil all booked, it seemed the rest of the world had finally discovered what we Aussies had known for years... The track "Ocean Blue” from "Smoke and Mirrors" was also included in a surf music compilation in South America.
Also in the early 2000’s, Warner Brothers released an anthology release of the RADIATORS, a complete digital remastering of 20 of the bands best‐known and loved hits... Titled “Radiology”, the complete anthology, the album is still available to this day although the record company changed the cover to mark the bands 25th anniversary ... a milestone the band was happy to see acknowledged.
The Radiators have carved a niche in the annals of Australian rock history, they have shared the stage with all the great Aussie acts such as AC/DC, Rose Tattoo and INXS with over 4000 shows to their credit, the Radiators have
played the music to an estimated 3 million people in Australia, have recorded over 100 original songs with two albums being awarded platinum status, two achieving gold and with a host of good selling records with sales totaling over 1 million units.
The rigours of touring and the passing years have not diminished the spark and energy of the Radiators... like a fine wine they have matured into fine players....masters of their art who consistently deliver high‐quality
shows...they have performed more gigs and travelled more than any other band before ... The Radiators still tour extensively playing an average of 100 shows per year and the bands fans young and old still flock to grab a slice of living Aussie rock history and rock the night away to the great catchy songs and classic hits that made the Radiators a household name in Australia.
- Supported by Kailey Pallas -
Sunday 19 January 2020 at 7.00pm
Tickets are on sale and can be purchased over the phone on (02) 6559 9110,
at Club reception or online via the book tickets button.