The Radios was a Belgian pop band that was founded at the end of the 1980s by singer/songwriter Bart Peeters.
The group scored their greatest hit with "She Goes Nana" in 1992, a song that topped the Belgian hit parade (Ultratop) for 18 weeks. Other hits were "Teardrops", "I'm into folk", "Walking The Thin Line", "She's My Lover" and "Dreaming Wild". The group split in 1994.
Bart Peeters (singer/guitar),
Ronny Mosuse (singer/bass),
Robert Mosuse (singer/percussion),
Dany Lademacher (guitar/singer),
Alain Van Zeveren (keyboard/accordion),
Marc Bonne (drums),
Walter Mets (drums)