The 1960s music was characterized by a cultural revolution, birthing diverse genres like rock, Motown, folk, and psychedelic music. It embraced social change and reflected the spirit of activism and freedom through iconic artists like The Beatles, Bob Dylan, Jimi Hendrix, and The Rolling Stones.
The 1970s saw the continuation of these movements while branching into new territories. It birthed disco, glam rock, punk, and the rise of singer-songwriters. It was an era of experimentation and diversity, featuring acts like Led Zeppelin, David Bowie, Donna Summer, ABBA, and the emergence of electronic music pioneers like Kraftwerk.