Listen to over fifty top 40 hits, all from the Summer of Love, 1967. An astoundingly prolific period in American pop, you'll hear an amazing melange of music---pop, soul, and psychedelia---from a time when tight harmonies and infectious melodies reigned.
Infectious 1960s with a dash of '50s & '70s pop, rock and soul. British invasion, teen idol, surf, girl group, Spector's wall of sound, garage, Motown, r&b, dance club grooves. Blend of hits to obscurities.
British Invasion Radio
Give us a listen and you'll hear some of the best western swing, country jazz and western melodies from the golden era. We're also playing many tracks from Hot Club of Cowtown, the band that is breathing new life into this type of music. Check it out!
Mid-late 1960's garage nuggets, pebbles & Grains of Sand. Formerly, BackTracks AM Radio. Switched format on 7/26/2009.
Buffalo's Greatest Hits of the 60s and 70s
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Playing Hits from the 60s, Oldies, and the British Invasion...Beatles, Beach Boys, Rolling Stones, Herman's Hermits, Dave Clark Five, Kinks, Byrds, Bee Gees, Chuck Berry, Little Richard, The Crests, Dion and The Belmonts, and many others
My favorite oldies originally heard on WABC, WFIL, WAMS, WLS, WCFL, WMID, WLAN, and WAEB
Playing your requests and much more from the UK charts of the 60s and 70s. Special shows featured weekly, see broadcast schedule for more details.
Classic Rock and AM Pop tunes from the 60's,70's & 80's with many obscure one-hit wonder songs
Jimi Hendrix · The Beatles · The Doors · Led Zeppelin · Creedence Clearwater Revival · Pink Floyd · Jefferson Airplane · Janis Joplin · Bob Dylan · Cream · The Moody Blues · Blind Faith · Jethro Tull · Santana · Canned Heat · Iron Butterfly · The Who
Pop, Psychedelic, and a sprinkling of Motown from the years 1965-1970. You'll get hits, misses, garage bands, Bubblegum, Motown, and everything in between. RARE MONO single versions, and RARE LIVE tracks from the artists in their prime...
Restricted audience. Visit www.britishsixtiesradio.com to listen.