Stars of the 60s music
Here we see that some people have much success in the 60's and today are remembered as icons of the music.
The Rolling Stones
- The Beatles were a rock band from Liverpool, England, formed in the 1960s.
- The members are: Paul McCartney (bass, piano and vocals), John Lennon (guitar, piano and vocals), George Harrison (solo guitar and vocals) and Ringo Starr (drums and vocals).
- Known as the "boys from Liverpool" or "Fab Four" (Fantastic Four), gained fame, popularity and reputation to this day for a novel banda musical and became the band's most successful and most influential of the twentieth century.
- The Beatles lead the British Invasion in rock followed by The Rolling Stones, The Who, The Animals and many others.
- Comes to cinemas in 1964 the first film of the Beatles, A Hard Day's Night. Brazil was named the Kings of IE, IE, IE.
The Rolling Stones
- The Rolling Stones are an English rock band formed in May 25, 1962, and is among the oldest bands still in activity.
- Alongside the Beatles were the band's most important call British Invasion occurred in the 1960s, which added several artists in the British North American stops.
- Formed by Brian Jones, Keith Richards, Mick Jagger, Bill Wyman and Charlie Watts, the group based its sound in blues.
- In over forty years of career, and hits (R Can not Get No) Satisfaction, Start Me Up, Sympathy For The Devil, Jumping Jack Flash, Miss You and Angie did the Stones one of the most popular rock bands of the world, leading it to face all the great cliches of the genre, from the effusive critical receptions to problems with drugs and conflict of egos, especially between Jagger and Richards.
- The Rolling Stones have sold over 500 million albums worldwide.
- Robert Allen Zimmerman, better known as Bob Dylan, was born on May 24, 1941, singer and composer is the U.S..
- Born in the state of Minnesota, the grandson of Russian-Jewish immigrants, the ten-year-old Dylan wrote his first poems, and even teenager, he learned piano and guitar alone.
- He began singing in groups of rock, imitating Little Richard and Buddy Holly, but when I went to the University of Mineapolis in 1959, turned to the folk music, impressed with the musical work of the legendary folk singer Woody Guthrie, who was visiting in New York in 1961.
- Dylan has released over 45 albums since 1962, when it launched its first album, "Bob Dylan", dedicated to traditional folk. Her second album, "The Freewhellin 'Bob Dylan" (1963), containing only songs of his own, has the musician with the hit "Blowin 'In The Wind", which became an anthem of the civil rights movement. In addition, songs like "The Hards to gonna-rain-fall," "Masters Of War", among others, have if classical music as the "protest", while Dylan later refused the label "singer of protest."
- These songs, which among others made by him, addressed social and political themes in a poetic language, to become a phenomenon among young folk artists of the time, leading him to folk stardom, especially after his participation in the 1963 Newport Folk Festival, where was promoted by the "queen" folk of the time, the singer Joan Baez. The success of the album "The Times They Are A-Changing" (1964) only consolidated this position.
There are many stars, you mentioned three of them. They are one of the examples it is and that will be forever in the history of music.