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Rock and Roll in American Culture Rock and Roll is considered one of the truly American musical forms though many of the most popular performers such as the Beatles come from other countries For much of the fifties and sixties Rock and Roll was uniquely democratic It has lots of long-term effects on American life style and culture such as changing the life style of young people or bringing black and white people together Also Rock and Roll became the t voice of American teenagers this is 6 different ideas and 6 different possible topics By the middle 1950s Rock and Roll became a large part of music society it doesnt start until then In 1958 with the big rise of Bill Haley with the song Rock Around the Clock Rock and Roll became a major factor in American culture Ryback 19 African-Americans spelling music Rhythm and Blues was the base of rock and roll It was not called Rock and Roll until Freed raise and rename it Aquila 6 awkward phrasing stick to the central point Certainly the use of renaming Rhythm and Blues helped Rock and Roll to trick the racism and give it access to white radios which helped Rock and Roll to be listened everywhere sentence structure Also the portable radios and tape players helped this new named old music to go everywhere now a paper about music and tech Although in the mid-50s BBC administrators limited popular music 22 hours per week Haney Cooper 81 with the rise of Muzak in middle 60s music played in the public spaces of America point not yet established The Fifties and sixties were the first generation that adopted Rock and Roll that generation was also called baby boom and rock and roll generation sentence structure For this generation music was omnipresent and a touchstone for their life They were the first generation that grew up
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