Woodstock Festival 1969 Woodstock is a rock and roll festival done in 1969 for 3 days in a raw from August 15 till August 18. It is a onetime festival done by 4 young men that was recorded as a big festival in history. The oldest between the four man at that time was 27 years old. This festival was described as a " Three day of Peace and Music". the festival involved lots of sex, drugs, rock and roll and lots of mud.
Back in 1985 Live Aid, a concert held to help the cause of Ethiopian famine. Multiple rock & roll acts simultaneously performed at London and Philadelphia capturing the attention of over 1.5 billion people in 110 countries. During the broadcast of the show more than 40 nations also held telethons for African famine. The event helped to raise over $125 million to help the cause. The money and publicity that Live Aid generated encouraged Western nations to make available enough surplus grain to end the immediate hunger crisis in Africa.
Slide 6: Mardi Gras is not only celebrated in Italy, it is celebrated all over. From the United States to Europe, to even South America. Mardi Gras is one of the most celebrated traditions in the world, with millions participating in it each year. You may have heard of Carneval, another celebration leading up to Mardi Gras. Although people interchange the two traditions, they are very different.
Impressionist Rich Little and comedian Nipsey Russell had the most appearances on the roast with each appearing twenty four times. While the majority of the guest stars were comedians known for their work in such events, on occasion unexpected guests would be featured, for instance that of British pop star Petula Clark who was originally invited to roast television actor William Conrad in 1973. Even though the ratings were high, both NBC and Dean Martin declined to extend their ten year contract. The Dean Martin Celebrity Roasts was released on DVD through Guthy-Renker. The show is among the most sold video sets of all-time.
On January 8th, 1935 one of the greatest influences to pop and country was born. Elvis Aaron Presley changed the way people heard and saw music through his songs and the way he performed them. Elvis’ music was stunning, he had eighteen American No. 1s and hundreds of gold records from around the world. He brought a way of performing that people had never experienced before, he was electrifying when he performed on stage.
The impact that Louis Armstrong had on jazz music and the Jazz Age was so immaculate that it transformed the genre of this new music for many generations to come. Through his multitudes of different performances during the twenties, he developed new ways and techniques to enhance his playing. Performances were never lacking for Louis he showcased solos, as well as in bands, which expanded his popularity throughout the country. Beginning his career and influence in the twenties, he started off with his solo performances, exhibiting his incredible trumpet and cornet playing as well as adding some singing in with the mix. These bountiful performances allowed him to become invited by his mentor “King” Oliver to be a part of his Creole Jazz Band.
6 Things you Need to Know to Survive Warped Tour Warped tour, formally called Vans Warped Tour is an alternative music festival with over 100 bands that play in every state throughout summer vacation. Warped Tour is not your average concert or festival, most people that attend Warped Tour every year know that you have to be very prepared for everything! Since it is held in the summer months it 's always extremely hot. Listed below I have named 6 things that will help you prepaid for your Vans Warped Tour experience. Pack your bag the night before.
The fair was very popular drawing everyones attention. People left their factories, their farms, and their city businesses to participate in what was touted as the greatest cultural and entertainment event in the history of the world. The fair was a time to enjoy the changes America had faced and also see what kind of society it had become. By the end of the century the World’s Fair had established entertainment and was enjoyed by large groups of people of all social classes.People of the society enjoying the World’s Fair with many exotic attractions. Fairs were intended to frame the world view not only of the hundreds of millions who attended these spectacles, but also the countless millions who encountered the fairs secondhand.
One of the reasons behind its prosperity was because of the shows ability to consistently attract large audience, including many of the elite class and its geographical expansion to other major cities throughout the United States. President Calvin Coolidge and his wife attended a vaudeville show in Washington and they were accompanied by Senator Butler, a prominent Massachusetts senator and close personal friend of the president, who attended the performance as their guest. On April 9th, 1925 the New York
Also, some big performers made it there, like Bessie Smith, Ethel Walters, Moms Mabley, and Duke Ellington. Duke Ellington, a famous jazz player, played there multiple times. He played there with Wilbur Sweatman’s band, and his own. The Lafayette Theater was able to support the growth of African American culture through theater and music (often jazz) during the Harlem
Demographics Modern day Kittitas County is most famous for the Ellensburg Rodeo and Kittitas County Fair, which began in 1885. Competitors and rodeo enthusiasts travel from all corners of Washington State to watch the show (Kittitas County History, 2017). The area remains dedicated to agriculture with a large farming community and continues to be known for lush hay and roaming cattle. Today, hay production nets more than $50 million annually for Kittitas County farmers. Almost 90% of the hay produced is exported overseas with Japan as the largest export customer, (Meseck, 2016).
The 1960s was a major hit for music. They had some of the greatest bands that are still considered popular today. In which the term “Pop culture” comes in. In the 1960s the music was more of a rock and roll music. The 1960 's were a time of upheaval in society, fashion, attitudes and especially music.
Thanks to Capitol Records, Luke Bryan has sold over seven million albums, twenty seven million tracks worldwide and has twelve number one hits. He has many more great songs to come, like his new Spring Break series soon to be released. Luke Bryan was born on July 17th, 1976 in Leesburg, Georgia. He got his first guitar for his fourteenth birthday. He has been married to his wife Caroline Bryan sense December 8th, 2006.