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Solar Radio

United Kingdom (UK)

Your Classic & 21st Century Soul Station

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Around 1970 a group of enthusiastic soul fans set up a pirate station in London called Radio Invicta, broadcasting for just three hours on a Sunday. Despite the problems it faced across the decade, the station became more and more popular with its dedicated approach to the music. The weekly mailbag became huge. Tony Johns was Invicta's founder, and it is largely down to him that the eventual soul radio explosion in the 80's occurred. Radio Invicta eventually ceased broadcasting in 1984, but not before the next batch of stations came along....
Solar Radio was ‘born’ in 1984 featuring Dj's from London pirate stations JFM and Horizon. Solar was an acronym of ‘Sound Of London’s Alternative Radio’, and built a DJ roster and twenty-four-hour programme schedule which would continue the crusade to promote soul and related music styles on the airwaves of Greater London.


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