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Tremeloes

Tom Jones

Rolling Stones

Peter and Gordon

Manfred Mann

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Herman's Hermits

Gerry and the Pacemakers

Freddie and the Dreamers

The Fortunes

Dusty Springfield

Donovan

Dave Clark 5

Chad and Jeremy

The Animals

The Beatles

The Searchers

Click here to listen to British Invasion Radio.Listening to the great music of the British Invasion is as easy as clicking the arrow on the left. Just click — and  enjoy the music of the Beatles, the Rolling Stones, The Who, the Hollies, Herman’s Hermits, the Animals, and the other artists of the British Invasion. There’s no signup, no login, no cost, and no obligation!

British Invasion Radio streams around the world 24/7, bringing you the UK’s best music from 1962 through the early 1970s. We’re an independently-operated station based in Fort Myers, Florida, affiliated with the Live365 Internet radio network.


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British Invasion Music News

McCartney adds an arena date to U.S. summer tour

At age 72, Paul McCartney shows no sign of slowing down. McCartney has announced his first US arena show this year will take place at Philadelphia’s Wells Fargo Center on June 21 It’ll be his first Philly appearance in five years. McCartney is also set to play... read more

It’s official: The Stones are coming to the U.S. in May

As expected, the Rolling Stones are coming to North America, announcing they’ll embark on a 15-city stadium tour, beginning May 24 For the “Zip Code” tour. the Stones promise a stage extending deep into the audience, massive video screens, special effects,... read more

Joe Cocker Dead at Age 70

Joe Cocker, the gravelly-voiced singer known for his cover of “With a Little Help From My Friends” and the ballad “You Are So Beautiful” had died of lung cancer at age 70. His agent said Cocker died Monday in Colorado, his home for the past two... read more

Rolling Stones’ Sax Player Bobby Keys Has Died

Saxophonist Bobby Keys, who played on recordings by Eric Clapton and John Lennon and performed one of the all-time blowout solos on the Rolling Stones’ “Brown Sugar,”  died at his home near Nashville, Tennessee. He was 70 years old. Keys died today... read more

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