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Music Through Six Decades | Music history of the United States includes many styles of music that have evolved Through the Centuries. It is difficult to classify each different style because there are so many genres, subgenres and ways of categorizing music. So many cultures, so many time periods make that task virtually impossible. At some point in time, we have probably found ourselves Stuck in the 70s, reliving the Spirit of the 60s, & enjoying Contemporary and Classical, just to name a few.

"Stars and Stripes Forever "- John Philip Sousa TURN IT ^^^^^..and remember freedom isn't free,....because tonight and tomorrow there are many brave American service men and women standing guard for our way of life. While you and I are sitting here tonight,we have to remember...others are standing in the Gap for us... GOD BLESS US ALL...AND GOD SAVE THE REPUBLIC!!!!

Kate Smith: A Patriotic Medley (with Bing Crosby, Andy Williams and Tennessee Ernie Ford)

Oldies but Goodies & Then Some | Music of today, as well as tomorrow, reaches deep into the heart and soul of all yesterdays. Events of the past beget memories that set the stage for the tomorrows to come. Life void of those memories leaves nothing but emptiness, thereby a world without music. There is always a story behind the music. Harmony in life is wielded through various genres of music from rap to contemporary to classic to rock to gospel and everything in between, before and after

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In the 60s, Music of the United Kingdom developed into one of the most popular forms of modern music in the world. Adapted forms of American music in Beat music and British blues would be re-exported to America by bands such as The Beatles and Rolling Stones. The impact of the songs and recording artists of this era changed music forever!

More, more, more...Music! Do you know what is so good about pizza? CHEESE! More cheese...more, more, more! The same goes for music! You can never have enough music...taking the time to stop and listen to the music opens the door to more, more, more! We have already visited 1950 today with a step back in time to the radio & television show "Your Hit Parade." Each show capitalized on the tobacco auction theme and ended with the signature phrase "Sold, American."

Music Moves Us | Every moving moment of our lives is an open door to some form of music. Whether radio, television, iPod, choir rehearsal, listening to the birds or simply singing in the shower, music surrounds us guiding our every movement. Emotions can be elicited that cause us to well up with tears or feel relaxed and at peace yet excited and joyful. It provides us with comfort in times of sadness, keeps adrenaline pumping in happier times and creates a bond from one person to another.

For the Love of Music - Energy has been placed on Today in Music History with a focus primarily on rock 'n' roll. Each day's feature ends with "And the music goes on beating to the rhythm of the changing times...". A link is provided from one post to the next providing a connection from one's day's music highlights to the next. For the Love of Music is the story of Nashville. Nashville thrives for the love of music! With those thoughts in mind, let's shift gears.

Bob Dylan is an American musician, singer-songwriter, artist, and writer whose most celebrated works originated in the 60s. Dylan's early songs, such classics as "Blowin' in the Wind" and "The Times They Are a-Changin'", became anthems for the US civil rights and anti-war movements. On this day June 16, 1965, Dylan left behind his initial base in the culture of the folk music revival with his six-minute single "Like a Rolling Stone" that radically altered the parameters of popular music.

Here's a couple of patriotic songs for the boys, courtesy of the War Department.