Music 's Influence On Music

1420 Words Dec 8th, 2015 6 Pages
Music has changed the way people have looked at others, have acted, and how they see the world today. The beginning of music started when someone discovered that banning on something made a sound. Music became a hideout for people when they needed a place to send their mind. Musicians are the biggest part of the music and making it the way it is. Certain musicians changed the way people started to look at music in the 60s. The 60s were a time for standing up for what the country believed it, a time to show the “overpowered” people that they weren 't afraid. People looked to musicians such as; Bob Dylan, Johnny Cash, Jimi Hendrix, and many others for their influential music. Different types of artists with different sounds changed the way people looked at music and still today this day are remembered for their music. Artists such as; Jimi Hendrix, Johnny Cash, Bob Dylan, Elvis Presley, The Beatles and many more artists influenced people to believe music was more than just a sound from a record. Music in the 1960’s became more than just that. The 1960s became a time of psychedelic music which had an enormous impact on the way people began to express themselves.
Johnny Allen Hendrix, also known as Jimi Hendrix, born November 27, 1942, made an impact on music history. “His music so vast and multifaceted, we often forget his career only spanned four years. In those four years, he became the most influential guitar player who ever lived.” (Tom Barnes). Hendrix released…
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