Meet The Team
All the team are looking their best and ready to play the biggest selection of Oldies on the internet. If you want to get in touch with any of us just drop us an e-mail to email@example.com and we'll play your request.more >
Music We Play
If it was a classic hit from the 1950s and 60s then you're sure to hear it on Classic Oldies. We would love you to get in touch and suggest songs for us to play. Drop us an e-mail with your favourite songs, the links at the top of the page.more >
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About Classic Oldies
Welcome to Classic Oldies your station broadcasting over the internet with "Good Times And Great Oldies" from the 50s and 60s 24 hours a day.
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So just what music will you hear?All the classic songs from the 50s and 60s from our collection of over 5,000 items, a great mix of UK and USA gems, you're bound to hear something you haven't heard in ages! We are also home to some highly experienced and well respected presenters.
If you're bored of Bieber, if Rave or Rap doesn't create a single spark of interest, if squeaky Britney soundalikes switch you off . . . then switch ON to a new station with a familiar sound - the great music of the fifties and sixties.
Find out the latest News from Classic OldiesIt's all happening at Classic Oldies and we want you to be the first to know all about it.
Former Radio 1 and Radio 2 presenter David Hamilton Joins Classic Oldies
David Hamilton is one of Britain`s best known radio and TV personalities with a career spanning over five decades and he's coming to join us at Classic Oldies.
David will present the mid morning show 10am till 12 noon with his 11am coffee break and some great Hamilton hotshots.
- Former Radio 1 and Radio 2 presenter David Hamilton Joins Classic Oldies
What do you remember from the 50s and 60s?Do you remember actually getting up to change the channel?
Were you a pop picker with Alan Freeman?
Does Sandie Shaw still go barefoot?
Do you remember drive-ins not drive-thru's?
How old was Jerry Lee Lewis' teenage bride?
Do you remember when you could buy three 45rpm records for £1?
Who was the girl who "gave it five" every Saturday night - and what was the show?
If you like a bigger variety of music - make it Classic Oldies!
Classic Oldies Disco RoadshowThe ultimate party disco for your event. Spectacular light display and impressive sound quality.
Years of professional experience with a fantastic reputation. The Disco Roadshows are fully insured and hosted by Classic Oldies DJ's. We'll entertain your guests and make your party a party that get's everybody talking.
We'll pack it with all the great music as heard on Classic Oldies and of course include all the traditional party classic's too (if required). We'll happily take your requests and make your guests feel welcome.
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Classic Oldies Trivia
Think you're a big shot when it comes to the 1950s and 60s? What is probably the only song in rock and roll history to suggest someone should scrub the kitchen floor? Is it...
a. Get a Job
b. Smoke Gets In Your Eyes
c. Yakety Yak
d. Shake Rattle and Roll
Check out the answer and test your knowledge with our trivia quiz. more trivia >
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