Music Heritage London was created to help package and promote the vast music and cultural history of West London to an International audience and by doing so, help celebrate and preserve its legacy for future generations to enjoy and be inspired by.
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In this series of blog posts, we are introducing young London bands whose music has a special connection to the 60s. Formed four years ago, the Pacers are one of London’s most exciting new bands. Informed by 60s garage rock and psychedelia, the quartet create a unique...read more
Radio Caroline was founded in 1964 by Irish businessman and music manager Ronan O'Rahilly as a pirate radio station broadcasting from aboard a ship off the English coast. It was named after Caroline Kennedy, daughter of President John F. Kennedy. Airing popular music...read more
Music Heritage London is proud to be collaborating with some of the world’s most iconic music related brands including the 60s pirate radio station, Radio Caroline.
“Radio Caroline was founded in 1964 to play current popular music not being aired by the BBC. Caroline achieved huge popularity other than from the Government or a succession thereof who spent the next 36 years trying to close the station down.
A total determination to continue, created a legend and even when the station was shipwrecked in 1991, Caroline started all over from scratch. Using present day technology Radio Caroline can be heard globally at www.radiocaroline.co.uk with a service of album rock or sixties pop, also on DAB in various locations and now on 648 Medium Wave over large parts of South East England.”