The history of music, part VII: Don’t you forget about those classics.

Continuing the extension of music in genres, the eighties had a huge impact on people with bands and artists experiencing other instruments and tunes. Implying electronic and symphonic tunes into the songs, created a whole new era in the music industry.

The History Of Music, Part V: The 60’s, The Icons Of The Music Industry.

With the arrival of The Beatles, The Rolling Stones, The Animals, The Yardbirds, and many more bands, a new era of music arrived to us. An era of Love, Peace and Understanding. The sixties were one of the most important era’s in music history and made today’s Icons of the music industry.

The history of music, Part IV: Rock around the clock, till the music dies.

The fifties music had a huge influence in the music we listen to today. The songs carried hope, love and freedom with them. Songs from artists like Elvis Presley, Ritchie Valens, Buddy Holly and many more gave people a great feeling. The feeling of joy and happiness. A carefree life ahead.

The History Of Music Part III: From Classical to classics.

There was a time in which people had to go through storms and back to get the things done what they wanted to be done. There were times in which we had to face challenges and difficulties in our lives. But there has been not a moment, since the beginning that people made music, thatContinue reading “The History Of Music Part III: From Classical to classics.”

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