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What happened in the 1960s music?
Last Updated: 17th March, 2020
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Considering this, why was music important in the 1960s?
The music of the 1960s not only revolutionized many genres and even produced some new ones, it also captured the heated spirit of the era's political movements: opposing the Vietnam War and fighting for civil rights.
Secondly, what was the most popular music in the 60s? The Top 20 Billboard Hot 100 Hits of the 1960s
- " The Twist" - Chubby Checker.
- " Hey Jude" - The Beatles.
- " The Theme From 'A Summer Place'" - Percy Faith And His Orchestra.
- " Tossin' And Turnin'" - Bobby Lewis.
- " I Want To Hold Your Hand" - The Beatles.
- " I'm A Believer" - The Monkees.
Also, how did music affect the 60s?
Popular music of the United States in the 1960s became innately tied up into causes, opposing certain ideas, influenced by the sexual revolution, feminism, Black Power and environmentalism. This stemmed from a revival of hillbilly music early in the decade, and drew on Appalachian folk-pop pioneers The Weavers.
What was the 1960s known for?
"The Sixties", as they are known in both scholarship and popular culture, is a term used by historians, journalists, and other academics to describe the counterculture and revolution in social norms about clothing, music, drugs, dress, sexuality, formalities, and schooling; and in others to denounce the decade as one