Rock music is a genre of popular music that originated as "rock and roll" and later developed into a range of different styles.
It is impossible to envision the rock-genre without guitars.
Rock music is as diverse as the world around it; it evolves alongside us, forming new styles and trends all the time. How did it all begin?
Rock music began in America in the 18th century. The history of rock is inextricably linked to the development of America. A young country on another continent drew immigrants from all over Europe, bringing musical instruments, culture, and traditions with them.
Simultaneously, Africans began to appear in the United States. Despite differences in social status, government protests, and a strong desire to separate the two cultures, music from the white and black worlds was able to unite. African-Americans who live in songs, dances, and rhythm were given European instruments, a rich English, and grateful listeners. Jazz, swing, ragtime, and, eventually, blues emerged, followed by rhythm and blues.
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