ROCK AND ROLL FT. THE BEATLES!
By: Sherron Thomas ... The Smore is Styled like a Concert
Intro 2 The Beatles
Although they don't need any introduction, The Beatles served as the single most popular and influential band of their 20th century. Through their unique style of playing and appealing personalities, they not only won the hearts of millions worldwide, but also profoundly changed the genre of Rock and Roll and the perception of music for years to come. Their music and style of performing remains popular even to this day and continues to impact the lives of countless individuals in a positive manner
How did this musical artist or group change Rock and Roll/Rhythm and Blues forever?
The Next Song - The Beatles changed the genre of Rock and Roll/Rhythm and Blues forever through their unique style of playing that brought a new dimension to said genre. Their music introduced distinct harmonies that were new and refreshing for the given time period and used infectious beats to captivate large audiences. They broke the conventional mold of rock and roll during the time by using instruments such as the synthesizer and sitar to augment their style and used simplicity in their music. They became one of the first rock and roll groups as solo artists were popular in this genre at the time. They also became one of the first groups to use feedback intentionally in a pop music recording and disproved the notion that rock and roll required guitars and drums and a conventional instrumental beat to be successful. They also broke the mold of the time by appealing to audiences of all age as rock and roll at the time appealed mainly to younger populations. They also experimented a lot more than any other rock and roll performers at the time
What components of this group made them so appealing in the 1950s, 1960s, or 1970s?
Up Next is their greatest hit: Various components of the Beatles' music and public image made the group very popular during the 1950s, 1960s, and 1970s. The Beatles became wildly popular due to their public image that portrayed the group as tight-knit, dedicated to their music, and charming. They fit the stereotype of what was considered handsome at the time and often made themselves appear as humble and witty in their remarks. Each individual within the band possessed different qualities that appealed to different audiences and came together to create a cohesive agglomeration. As a result of this, they quickly gained popularity and appealed to the masses with their stylish and charming personas, their infectious music that appealed to people of all ages, and their refreshing boldness and desire to experiment and break the stereotypical mold
Summarize the Roots of Rock “n” roll/Rhythm and Blues
A throwback to the good times: The roots of rock and roll can be traced back century to the drum beats of folk music in Africa and Europe, but it truly emerged and reach prominence during the 1930s through artists like Duke Ellington, Wynonie Harris, Alan Freed, Fats Domino, Jackie Brenston, and Trixie Smith that popularized the use of new types of rhythms and beats. This style of music emerged primarily due to African American migrations into the interior of the United States that as former slaves that placed them at close proximity with white individuals and allowed for the fusing and combining of cultural traditions that led to the creation and propagation of this style of music. The creation of innovations such as the electric guitar, the synthesizer, the microphone, and amplifier also allowed for rock and roll to develop and become popular
Today, what makes this musical artist or group still popular?
Their Newest Hit Single: The music of the Beatles continues to remain popular today as its' infectious beats continue to captivate audiences even today. Furthermore, their bold style of playing and their eclectic music continues to impress people and remains relatively modern and pertinent. The Beatles continue to remain popular as their effect in developing and shaping rock and roll and pop music is still in effect even today
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