Hailing from the town of Hamburg, Radau had been a German kids’s entertainment music group. Composed of multi-instrumentalists Arne Gedigk, Christian Herzog, Oliver Bergmann, and Achim Ore, the group became a member of pushes after having resided together for quite a while in Hamburg’s traditional western region of Altona. Throughout a regional celebration in the summertime of 1997, the four music artists decided to get together and place their own noisy, exuberant, and fun stamp on well-known children’s music for the neighborhood neighborhood kids. Having experienced bands with each other before, the procedure came efficiently. Their shows for the neighborhood youth on the celebration had been successful as well as the ensemble had been called back the next year to get more shows. They still lacked a name, and made a decision to hold an area contest to choose one, ultimately leading to Radau after a neighbor announced their skill as “Radau!” The group continuing to perform for quite some time, eventually creating a dedicated group of fans because of their tiresome initiatives, which resulted in them documenting a full-length record. Their debut, Am Liebsten Laut, premiered in 2008 on kindergarten music label, Oetinger Sound. The release contains original tracks about pirates and angels and was audibly made up of electric guitar, saxophone, drums, bass, and tips. They implemented up with Voll Aufgedreht the same season, which featured extra cello and even more orchestral preparations. They continued to execute and record in following years, also placing out a festive record, Xmas with RADAU! Radau came back in 2016 with another work, Weihnachten mit RADAU!