- The Rise and Fall of Pop Music – a nostalgic reflection on pop music eras -


MusicBy - Yuki

1. The 1950s – The dawn of pop music

The 1950s was a revolutionary era for music, marking the birth of rock n roll, country music and rhythm and blues. It was a time of rebellion and the beginning of pop music as we know it today.

2. The 1960s – The golden era of pop music

The 1960s was a decade of change and experimentation in pop music. It saw the emergence of The Beatles, The Rolling Stones, and other legends who embodied the spirit of the times. It was a period of cultural revolution and social change.

3. The 1970s – A time of diversity and decadence

The 1970s was a decade of musical diversity and experimentation, with a mix of genres such as disco, punk rock and funk dominating the charts. This period was also characterized by decadence, disco balls, platform shoes and glittery outfits.

4. The 1980s – The age of MTV and music videos

The 1980s was a pivotal era for pop music, marked by the explosion of music videos, the invention of CD, and rise of Michael Jackson as the King of Pop. It was an era of big hair, neon, and power ballads.

5. The 1990s – The grunge and alternative era

The 1990s was a decade that favored alternative rock, hip-hop, and grunge music. It was a time of angst and rebellion, with bands such as Nirvana, who ushered in a new era of rock music.