Chris Carter's British Invasion is a weekly radio show on Sirius/XM's Channel 21 in Little Stevens' Underground Garage (airing on Saturday at Noon ET, replaying on Sunday at 4pm ET, and available 24/7 on Sirius/XM's On Demand). The show features four hours of British rock'n'roll rooted in the era from 1963-1967, but also features pre-Beatles sounds, seventies glam, a bit of punk, and some 90s Brit-Pop as well as the latest new music from all over Great Britain. The show is an spinoff of Chris Carter's Breakfast With The Beatles show which aired in Underground Garage from 2008 – 2013. The first edition of Chris Carter's British Invasion aired on Sirius/XM April 2013.

On an average show you will the likes of: The Beatles, Rolling Stones, Small Faces, T. Rex, The Jam, The Who, The Animals, Pretty Things, DC5, Oasis, The Kinks, Creation, Temples, Mott The Hoople, Yardbirds, The Clash, Zombies, David Bowie, Blur, Adam Faith, and Slade. We also have such weekly features as "This Week In British Rock History", American's Who Wish They Were British" and our monthly feature "Live At The BBC". Along with four hours of commercial-free music, the show features exclusive in-depth interviews with some of Britain's finest including: Ringo Starr, former Rolling Stone Bill Wyman, Peter Asher (Peter & Gordon), Billy J. Kramer, Denny Laine (Moody Blues / Wings), Clem Burke (Blondie), Joey Molland (Badfinger), (Kinks & The Who producer) Shel Talmy, Chad & Jeremy, and the late Jack Bruce (Cream) and Ian "Mac" McLagan (Small Faces/Faces) were both on the show in 2014 before we lost them.

Chris Carter (host) is a former record store owner (Looney Tunez, 1979-1982) from Wayne, New Jersey. Carter went on to form the group Dramarama with singer John Easdale in 1982. The group moved to Los Angeles in 1986 where they released six albums, the first (Cinema Verité, 1985) contained the hit "Anything Anything" (I'll Give You), which still gets daily spins on various Southern California radio stations to this day including KROQ. Carter went on to write and produce the film Mayor Of The Sunset Strip (about KROQ DJ Rodney Binginheimer). The film was nominated for Best Documentary Of The Year at the Independent Sprit Awards 2003 and won Best Documentary of 2003 at the Santa Barbara Film Festival. Chris also hosts America's longest running Beatles show, "Breakfast With The Beatles", which airs weekly in Los Angeles and around the world.


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