Andrew Loog Oldham’s new radio series looking back at the year 1967 & the ‘Summer of Love’
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Following up on his popular music radio series earlier this year on Resonance FM the original Rolling Stones manager and legendary British music Svengali Andrew Loog Oldham returns to the digital airwaves – and this time for a new seven part series looking back at the year which is still very much celebrated today as the acclaimed ‘Summer of Love’ 1967 – the music, politics, lifestyle, hopes/dreams and its renowned drug culture.
Drawing on Danny Goldberg’s “In Search of the Lost Chord,” Eric Luft’s “Die at the Right Time” and Harvey Kubernik’s “1967 – A Complete Rock Music History of the Summer of Love” – Oldham breaks down the years true psyche, appeal and creative influences like only he can for this new series titled ‘Sixty Seven‘ on Resonance FM.
Beginning on Friday, September 15, you can hear ‘Sixty Seven’ live at resonancefm.com between 7pm-8pm (BST). Each week’s show will repeat on Sunday between 11am-12pm.
Programmes will also be available on the Resonance FM Mixcloud account after they air (https://www.mixcloud.com/Resonance/)
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