The famous rock musician Brian Adams gained his fame in the mid-eighties. This blue-eyed brunette captivated many women around the world with his voice with notes of velvet baritone. The formation of his musical career can not be called easy.
Having overcome many losses and failures, Brian Adams wrote several world hits that lasted on top of the world famous radio stations for several weeks, and some for months. His songs have been exhibited more than once in the nominations for the Oscars and Golden Globes.
Already at the age of eighteen, Brian Adams together with his friend Jim Wellens signed the first musical contract in his life, according to which it was supposed to be a solo performance of songs by Adams with musical accompaniment by Jim Wellens. Continue reading
Metallica fans are the most passionate!
According to British experts, a person’s musical preferences may indicate his predisposition to sex. After conducting a survey among the listeners of one of the radio stations, the experts of the online marriage agency found out whose fans are ready to make love on the first date, and who require lengthy courtship before moving on to a closer acquaintance.
During the survey, radio listeners were asked what they were ready for on their first date. The following options were suggested as answers: “I would meet to talk a little”, “maybe we would kiss” and “if we wish, anything is possible”.
As a result, it turned out that the fans of the British group Coldplay were the most conservative in their views on love: on the first date they would prefer to confine themselves to conversations, and they would hardly allow more frivolous behavior. Continue reading
Ugly, vicious, destructive “- such epithets awarded white America a new musical style – rock and roll. But subsequent decades have shown that this trend, rooted deep in history, is not a passing fashion, but the musical culture of several generations.
The rock and roll style, which absorbed elements of both European and African culture, could appear only in America. Immigrants from different countries of Europe, who poured into the New World in the XVII-XVIII centuries, brought with them not only their music, but also their instruments. Slaves imported from Africa retained their musical traditions, but in view of the ban on playing national instruments, they had to be content with singing and dancing. Continue reading