The Development of Arena Rock: 1960’s-1980’s Sex, drugs, and rock & roll. This is a typical view for an aspiring rock musician to have in their eyes as they dreamed of playing in front of hundreds of thousands of fans. Through the years, these fans have flocked to concerts to see these musicians and bands, but they also were being presented to an increasingly changing environment that brought mainstream rock into a category all its own. This mainstream became known as Arena Rock and it defied the conventional average concert by adding more appeal as the years increased. In a 20 year span, we have witnessed major changes that some would consider a change for the better or a change for the worse.
It gained very big success, especially at the end of 80-s. This style of music engaged teenagers with its unpredictability and brilliance. That was the music that all teenagers wanted to hear. So, both rock and rap occurred at that moment, when they were needed. But not only social factors were the reason for creating rock or rap, the main think was the creation of new musical instruments followed with the new style of playing.
The Notorious Woodstock Woodstock, also known as the “Three Days of Peace and Music” was thought to be the peak of the musical revolution of the 60’s. The Festival had been hyped virtually all summer long over the radio. Woodstock was located in upstate New York August 15th-18th 1969 and drew in large crowds from all over the nation. In the following research I will show the history of Woodstock and the great impact that it had on the people who organized it, attended and those who performed. (Rosenberg, 2011, para.
Last year the band tied Britney Spears with eight sold-out shows at Los Angeles Staples Center. On April 16, 2012, the band returned to Los Angeles for a record breaking three sold out nights at the Staples Center jumping past Britney Spears for a record of eleven shows”( http://www.billboard.biz/bbbiz/industry/touring/mana-jumps-past-britney-spears-in-record-1006779752.story). On May 1st, 2012, Mana’ performed at the Pepsi Center for their second leg of their Drama Y Luz World Tour here in Denver, Colorado. The band had not performed a show in Denver for over ten years. The show lasted for 2 hours and twenty minutes.
Concert Critique – Dave Matthews Band - 31 August 2012 The Dave Matthews Band is one of the most popular touring bands in the United States of America and enjoys a huge following. The original members of the band are Dave Matthews (acoustic guitar/lead vocals), Carter Beauford (percussion, back-up vocals), Boyd Tinsley (violin), and Stefan Lessard (bass). Jeff Coffin (saxophone) joined the band in 2008 after founding member, LeRoi Moore died in 2008 from complications from a motor vehicle accident. Each summer, since the late 1990’s, The Dave Matthews Band embarks on a cross-country tour that draws hundreds of thousands of fans and loyal listeners. On August 31st, 2012, the band played an outdoor concert at the Gorge Amphitheater in George, Washington, playing a 25-song set, almost 3 hours in length.
Kurt Cobain in life and death: a biographical essay The twentieth century has proven to have instituted an enormous progression in terms of the evolution of rock music. More particularly, subgenres including alternative rock, soft rock and grunge music, which have confirmed huge fan bases worldwide. Influential bands like Aerosmith, the Pixies and Nirvana have helped popularise and diversify rock music so much that their music has proven to be timeless and are well known to this day. In 1991, the release of Nirvana’s single Smells Like Teen Spirit marked the beginning of a radical change in popular music of the 1990’s from glam metal and pop to grunge and alternative rock. The lead singer, guitarist and founder of the band was Kurt Cobain who has been immensely influential in the world of grunge music.
<BR> You can barely read a magazine or flip on the television without hearing about one of these new hip-hop/rock groups. Media such as Rolling Stone and MTV treat these bands like miraculously they created this "new" genre of music. Bands such as Limp Bizkit, Kid Rock, and Sugar Ray are treated as creative geniuses when they are only doing things that have already been done before. Some of these new bands are very talented, but bands such Run DMC, the Red Hot Chili Peppers, and Rage Against the Machine, blended the seemingly mismatched flavors of rap and rock with brilliant results long before any of these bands had ever even seen a turntable. <br> The earliest example of this mix of hip-hop and hard rock, came in 1985 with the release of Run DMC's "Rock Box".
How do the media affect the valuations of the television deals that are being improved all the time. The media’s hype and branding of the Premier League must be closely entwined with the way in which prices are rapidly rising. The research will look at how they are linked and examine if there can be any new theories to add to this research. This is a topic that should be looked into because of the immense impact it has had on the sporting world within the past 20 years. The issue is an important one as it affects millions of people around the world, as well as having a huge impact on thousands of other companies and businesses; both national and worldwide.
1970s Music As many know, the 1970’s was a massive decade for music. The 70’s adopted a trend of relaxing music, dance music, and rock music. Though there was the exception of punk that became increasingly popular in the mid to late 70’s. The technology made in the 70’s helped influence the music to become better than the previous decades. The music and its technology have influenced many musicians right through the decades.
The grungy text that jump started an era of design still stays as a common design technique today and I think it is beautiful. The text conveys a feeling which is what I believe a lot of designers try to achieve. Ray Gun not only started David Carson as world phenomena but shaped Carson work. Carson designs at that time were new to people and really sent an image of grunge eighties style simply through text. Everyone else is simply trying to attain what Carson was able to do and still does today.” * I like because it look like mass and it