The British pop invasion that took over American airwaves in the 1960s might never have happened, had it not been for a radio revolution in the United Kingdom. In 1964, there was nowhere easy for British youngsters to listen to rock ‘n’ rollers like The Beatles, The Who and The Rolling Stones. Commercial radio wasn’t…

via How Pirate Radio Ships Paved the Way for Britain’s Rock ‘n’ Roll Revolution — TIME

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