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What Is The Cultural Significance of Rock Music?

Rock has always held a special place in our hearts, and that is why rock music, which started so many decades ago, has such a strong cultural significance. The early rock music included such hits as " Twist and Shout" by the Monkees or the oldie but goodie songs by The Beatles. The influence of rock music can still be seen in the lyrics of many a rock band and indeed in popular culture. This is very much evident in the current chart-topping hit by The Beatles called "I Want to Hold Your Hand." If you want to enjoy rock music, you can visit the What Is That Song online website. Many rock legends had their moments in the limelight as well. Jimi Hendrix became a cult celebrity overnight when he was tragically killed in a car crash. Doors opened for Jimi Hendrix, along with Tipper Thompson and Cream, and they all quickly became well-known stars. John Lennon and Yoko Ono experienced short-term fame as well. In contrast to the rock music that dominated pop culture for many years, country music also had its fair share of famous stars. George Strait of Aerosmith enjoyed instant fame when his bandmate, Tommy Lee, was shot and killed on stage. George Strait later went on to star in the movie, Collateral. Merle Travis and Nancy Sinatra also experienced brief fame. One of those two, Merle Travis, went on to become the best-selling country artist of all time. Nancy Sinatra, like Strait, had a number of hits that have made her one of the most recognized voices in the history of country music. Country music, on the other hand, has not had the same kind of fame that rock music has. Most country musicians who have been successful have achieved this through their own individual effort and their own band rather than by becoming popular overnight. As such, if you are looking for a way to make your band famous, then you may need one or more of these: This is an American rock and roll band that made a name for itself in the early seventies with the hit song "Don't Worry, Be Happy." The song was incredibly popular among Americans, who in turn requested that it be played at many different dance clubs. Eventually, the single rose to the top of the UK charts and was responsible for making the Jamaican Bob Marley an instant hit. Unfortunately, none of the singles were big sellers, and the group never managed to break into the American Top Ten. The group did, however, manage to have some chart success, but only because of the reggae influence that was brought to it by Bob Marley.