Comparing The 50's Music: Frank Sinatra And Elvis Presley

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In the 50’s music changed America from entertaining people to influencing how they feel the 50’s music changed America. Two very influential people in 50’s music were Frank Sinatra and Elvis Presley. They both came from humble beginnings but later in life, they became something great. This will explain where they came from and what impact Frank Sinatra and Elvis Presley had. Frank Sinatra was born on December 12, 1915, in Hoboken, New Jersey. He wanted to become a singer after he watched Bing Crosby. He performed in local nightclubs. He was approached by Tommy Dorsey to join a band he accepted joined in a band. After two good years in the band, he left the band to start his solo career. The solo career he made some of the hits of the 50’s including fly Me to the Moon, New…show more content…
He was back on Radios, Tv shows, Movies, and Etc. He was on top until his death at the age of 42. ( I found this information on citation Elvis Presley and Citation Guralnick.) How did Elvis forever changing the world? He did that in two-way that combined country music, pop, and the blues. His music wasn't the only thing that changed music, it was also his performances his performers were fun to go to people said. They said he was singing and dancing and playing guitar and he was relatable. He came from very humble backgrounds not having a lot of money which in this time a lot of people were poor. His other influence was he helped segregate music he did that with his fame telling people just because your skin is different doesn’t mean you don’t matter That was the belief he had and how it changed the world. (I found this information on citation how Elvis changed the world). The impact Frank Sinatra and Elvis Presley had been a great impact. They both changed the world for the better and came from humble beginnings. Frank changing the way music is looked at and Elvis changing how music is
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