The history of pop music began in World War I in 1918. In the United States, this musical flow began in the fun in 1920. Pop music itself is derived from the popular word so do not be surprised if from time to time this musical flow is always a lot of devotees.
The character who introduced the term pop is Lawrence Alloway,an observer of art inspired by pop names from art movements in America and England. Pop music in Latin America pop music began in the know in 1920 as well as the music accompaniment of tango dancers that have minor and melancholy tone.
Between 1920 and 1940, Pop Music began to be one of the most beautiful music in the world with various rhythms such as Rhumba, Samba, Conga, Salsa, Mambo and many other types. Pop music never faded from time to time because of its easy listening music. In addition, the music is supported by the use of various technological innovations and is not limited to only one particular stream.
The tones generated from the mixing process or the electric guitar can be varied and pleasant to hear, so pop music and popular music are quite different. All the music in the fun called the popular music. There are about 25 types of popular music such as HipHop, R & B, Rock, Reggae, Metal, Alternative Pop, and others. Thus, the history of pop music comes influenced by other music.
The legend of world pop music pioneered by The Beatles symbolizes the rebellion against musical establishment. Their position reached the top level of the world so no wonder if the music is immortal. The Beatles Become an Idol from almost all Generation
In addition to The Beatles, there are also Rolling Stones and ABBA famous pop musicians of his era. In the 1960s The Beatles with several other pop artists such as Frankie Avalon, Bob Dylan, Marvin Gaye, Sonny and Cher, Aretha Franklin created an easy listening pop music history by mixing various elements.
Beginning in the 1970s, there were musicians who mixed the flow of pop with the flow of Disco and Rock including the Earth wind & Fire, The Jackson Five, Donna Summer, Elton John, Rod Steward and Billy Joel. According to Grove Music Online, pop music still overlaps with the style of Rock n Roll music.
Michael Jackson and Madonna were also influential musicians in the history of pop music in the 1980s. Musicians of pop music history Punk that emerged in the mid-1990s, among others, Green Day, The OffSpring, then followed Blink 182. During the 1990s, Pop music in combination with elements of the R & B genre to produce pop stars such as Celine Dion, Mariah Carey, TLC, and Brandy. For some vocalists like Jewel, Nirvana, Eric Clapton, Tori Amos will be felt once the flow of Rock on their pop music.