We've got them all - and its free to listen
to KFM 60s music
The Beatles, The Kinks, The Rolling Stones, Dusty Springfield, The Hollies, Cliff Richard - some examples of popular 60s music
talent. Of course we dont forget the influences on both the European and the American charts during the 60s
from some of the greats, and we feature them too: listen out for Elvis Presley, Marvin Gaye, Diana Ross, Kenny Rogers, The Beach Boys and loads more. We hope you enjoy your stay at KFM 60s!
Once you go to our listen page
, its possible to listen to our free 60's online radio station
using winamp, itunes, realplayer, windows media player. You can also visit our various pages devoted to the 60s - from 1960 to 1969,
including sixties hits
and 60s headlines, popular 60's movies and so on.
The 60s music
started, funnily enough, at the end of the 50s - and we think the diversity of the genre is reflected well on our online sixties radio station as we try to include the early 60's music
pioneers, like the Everly Brothers and Elvis and Cliff
Then, from 1963, the music we celebrate most - the Brits really hit home with the 'British Invasion' all over the world - and especially in the US with the outbreak of The Beatles. They really opened the floodgates for a variety of British acts to storm the charts, dominated by the 'Merseybeat' sound, which The Beatles certainly started, and were followed by such bands as The Searchers, Gerry and The Pacemakers, Freddie And The Dreamers, Wayne Fontana And The MindBenders, The Four Pennies, Cilla Black and so on. You can listen to them all over again on our 60s radio station, KFM 60s.
In the mid-60s, the British artists continued to dominate the charts all over the world, though The Beach Boys gave them a good run for their money in the singles and albums charts.
Towards the end of the 60's, the psychedelic music started to become popular, characterized by 60s hits such as 'Status Quo - Pictures Of Matchstick Men', nearly all the contents on 'Sgt Peppers Lonely Hearts Club Band', The Flowerpot Men's 'Lets Go To San Francisco', The Move's 'I Can Hear The Grass Grow'.
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