Echo Planar Imaging (EPI) is one of the most widely used fast acquisitions and has been shown to be useful for high-resolution Simultaneous Multi-Parametric (SMP) imaging. However, obtaining high spatial resolutions requires k-space segmentation which has a high sensitivity to motion. Radial sampling is promising because of its continuous k-space center update which can be used for self-navigation and its suitability for undersampling because of benign artifacts. We describe a new k-t sampling strategy based on a Radial Echo Volumar Imaging method for fast SMP imaging. Whole brain images including susceptibility, B0 and T2* maps acquired at 3T are presented.