Music of the 60s

The 1960s were a time of change. Moral, cultural and political standards were finally being questioned, and the music during this time greatly reflected these ideas. In 1964, bands and artists like the Rolling Stones, Beatles, Bob Dylan, and Creedence Clearwater took the world stage, both inspiring and echoing the voice of the people. Songs like, “Can’t Buy Me Love” and “The Times They are A Changin’” were written and have remained popular today. Dylan, in particular, was a influential musician during this time. His songs, “became anthems for u.s. civil rights and anit-war movements.”

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