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Music for the Flower Power generations

Flower Power Radio broadcasts 24 hours a day to planet Earth, bringing you the music that shaped our world. Hits from the 1950’s, 60’s and 70’s; chart hits from music’s golden age, you’ll find them all here on Flower Power Radio. From Rock ‘n’ Roll legends like Elvis Presley, Buddy Holly and Gene Vincent, the 1950’s come alive on FLOWER POWER RADIO. The Swinging 1960’s live on through the music of the decade; The Beatles, The Rolling Stones, The Beach Boys, Motown, Psychedelia, pop… the music that shaped a generation! The funk, disco and rock of the 1970’s sound better than ever here on Flower Power Radio; David Bowie, Fleetwood Mac, The Eagles, Roxy Music; the music of your life is right here. From Funk to Punk, Rock to Soul, Dance to Disco, Flower Power Radio is all you need to get you through your day. So welcome to Flower Power Radio, the grooviest, hippest and most happening streaming music station on the good ol’ www.

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Amsterdam, NL

Live from the beating heart of Europe, welcome to the grooviest city on the planet. This is the home of freedom, happiness, tulips, canals and great beer (among other things!); welcome to Amsterdam, Netherlands!

London, UK

A live feed from the webcam mounted at the entrance to the world famous Abbey Road studios in London, England. This is where so many great records have been made, from The Beatles to Pink Floyd and beyond.

Dallas, TX

Welcome to Dallas, Texas! This is the view from the ‘Sniper’s Perch’, on the 6th floor of the former Book Depository. The corner of Elm and Commerce, looking down over Dealy Plaza, this was Oswald’s view as the President’s car passed below.