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Welcome to the official website of British Sixties Radio, the all-music station playing your favorite songs of the sixties (1960-1970) from artists that were popular in Great Britain. On our player, you will, at any time, know the title of the song, the name of the artist, its year of recording or release, and view a good high-quality album art. Come back often as we add new songs on a regular basis. Get on board, we are your time machine to swinging London! If you like our radio station, tell your friends, listen often, and don't forget to like us and follow us on Facebook.
We feature The Beatles, The Rolling Stones, The Who, The Kinks, The Animals, The Dave Clark Five, Donovan, Dusty Springfield, Gerry & the Pacemakers, Helen Shapiro, Cliff Richard, Tony Christie, Tony Sheridan, Herman's Hermits, The Hollies, Lulu, Chad & Jeremy, Freddie & the Dreamers, David Bowie, Tom Jones, Cliff Richard & the Shadows, Adam Faith, Manfred Mann, Cream, Traffic, The Bee Gees, Marianne Faithfull, Cilla Black, Wayne Fontana, Chrispian St. Peters, Mary Hopkin, Peter & Gordon, The Fortunes, Petula Clark, Roger Whittaker, Georgie Fame, Sandie Shaw, The Searchers, The Moody Blues, The Spencer Davis Group, The Mindbenders, The Fairport Convention, The Nice, Joe Cocker, Sandy Denny & the Strawbs, The Small Faces, Free, Argent, Brian Poole and the Tremeloes, The Troggs, The Yardbirds, The Foundations, The Zombies, Van Morrison, Them, Genesis, Matt Monro, Procol Harum, The Flying Machine, Elton John, John Lennon, George Harrison, Paul McCartney, Ringo Starr, King Crimson, Cat Stevens, The Pretty Things, Vanity Fare, The Alan Price Set, Anthony Newley, The Incredible String Band, Led Zeppelin, Rod Stewart, Derek and the Dominos, Chris Andrews, The John Barry Orchestra, and The Honeybus. We also feature artists from Australia like the Seekers and the Easybeats. We are a genre-free station. We play everything from the 1960-1970 era from easy listening to progressive rock. Did I mention that we play more Beatles and Rolling Stones songs than any other station?
n addition to tracks from British, Irish (Dana) and Australian (The Seekers, The Easybeats) artists we also play a few songs in English by continental European artists that got a bit of airplay in Great Britain during the sixties. Artists like Shocking Blue, Ro-d-ys, Tee Set, George Baker Selction and Ekseption (Dutch), Aphrodite's Child and Vicky Leandros (Greek), Los Bravos (Spanish), The Rokes (Italian), Wallace Collection (Belgian), The Hep Stars and The Spotnicks (Swedish).
We play more than 40 Rolling Stones songs per day every day!
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We play more than 40 Beatles songs per day every day!
(includes solo songs from 1970 by John, Paul, George and Ringo
and instrumentals from movie soundtracks)
Our streaming provider inserts two minutes of commercial breaks twice every hour during our broadcast. Advertisements are geographically targeted and only the targeted regions will hear them. Listeners in non-targeted areas will hear replacement music instead, instrumental pieces from the playlist of our sister stations.
British Sixties Radio is broadcasting 24 hours a day since January 29th, 2005. Our streaming servers are located in Brussels, Belgium and are managed by Radionomy SA, a SABAM (Belgian Society of Authors, Composers and Publishers) licensed provider. We operate in full compliance with European internet broadcasting laws.
Are you looking for music by American and Canadian artists? We play them all day long on our sister station American Sixties Radio
along with a few songs by British artists that made it to the top 10 in the US or Canada. Give it a try now!
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