Introduction The Beatles were one of the most influential groups in the history of Rock n’ Roll.
The Beatles music was a huge impact in the 1960’s and still influences the music of today.
As a music lover, I can see the influence of the Beatles in music today.
The Beatles have left a lasting impression on pop music. Today I am going to talk about the influence of the Beatles in not only music but also the influence they had in culture and how they broke barriers in society.
Transition: First, let’s look at the Beatles influence in music of the 60’s.
It was common for most bands to have professional writers for their music.
After the Beatles became successful they changed this policy because they wrote their songs themselves.
They encouraged other artists to write their own material.
Transition: Now that we have discussed the Beatles change in the music industry, let’s consider the Beatles influence on popular culture.
Second, the style of music was frowned upon as well as the way they looked.
How they dressed with their flashy clothes and long “mop top” hair.
Teenagers of the time needed a break from the war and the world with the cheerful tune of the music.
Transition: Now that we have discussed the Beatles influence on pop culture, let’s consider how they broke barriers and were reluctant to compromise.
The Beatles did not start a revolution but they sang of one.
The song “imagine” triggered man imaginations of how the world could live in peace with one another.
They fueled the hippie movement to protest against the war in Vietnam and thousands of men refused to join the Army.
Conclusion Their influencs will continue for years as the children of each gerneration listens to the music that changed the music industry, culture of America and broke many barriers of segregation.
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