The British Invasion


Proving they were ‘Dedicated Followers of Fashion, The Kinks pictured in the Seventies. They had enjoyed enormous success in the States through the mid-sixties – disappointingly this was derailed by a sudden US ban!

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Available now as an ebook!


The Americans hadn’t seen anything like it since the War of Independence! The British pop invasion of the 60s went on to transform music – not just in the States and back home in the UK, but around the world. Inspired by the likes of Buddy Holly, Jerry Lee Lewis and Elvis, the Brits had a point to prove that they could take on the Americans in their own back yard.

A host of exciting new bands, singers, and showstoppers took the US by storm. Together, they dominated the charts, and left behind a legacy of outstanding recordings and performances that still resonate today.

Now you can relive the heady times of the British Invasion with this superb book. It chronicles some of the bands that made it big from the two giants; The Beatles and the Rolling Stones to such pop combos as Herman’s Hermits, The Animals, Freddie And The Dreamers and the Dave Clark Five.

The songs that topped the charts are also featured which alltogether brings to life an era when pop music was so exciting, magical – and all about the Brits.


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