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A cult is a group or sect bound together by veneration of the same thing, person, ideal, etc. A cult can also be a group with the same beliefs. Based on this definition marching band would be considered to be a cult. Even though cults are usually considered to be a bad and illegal thing marching band is fully legal....
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The shrill call of the drum major’s whistle pierced the air, and the band stepped off as ordered. Every year, my former high school band inaugurated its new marching season with the Los Angeles County Fair. With our eyes focused above the horizon and our heels hitting the pavement synchronously, we marched forward, the way we had practiced hundreds of...
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Jazz has been a genre of music that stretches past racial boundaries, generational separation and societal norms. The barriers of race were broken down with the newfound expression of jazz in the early 1900s. Jazz has a breadth of emotional meaning that resonated with multiple ethnic groups aside from African Americans. In Europe, jazz was seen as a form of...
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Throughout the 1960’s and into the 1970’s, rock had been the number one money producer in the music industry. By the mid 1970’s, people wanted more out of traditional rock music. Artists started exploring different sounds and themes in their music which in turn caused new sub-genres of rock to develop. Some bands developed a more pop-like style which was...
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Red Hot Chili Peppers were an iconic Californian band who were viewed as ‘pioneers’. Although the band was created in 1984, the band did not emerge until the early 90s with their first top hit, ‘Give It Away’. Following Nirvana to the top of the charts. The band consisted of lead singer Anthony Kiedis, bassist Michael Balzary also known as...
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Kurt Cobain was known as the lead singer and founder of Nirvana, a band formed in Aberdeen, Washington (Kurt’s home town) in 1987. Nirvana would come to be known as the staple of alternative music, especially in regards to the grunge genre. This band along with many others would propel this kind of music to new heights and bring the...
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“Measure 9 goes against American traditions of mutual respect and freedom, and Nirvana wants to do their part to end bigotry and narrow-mindedness everywhere”. “Kurt Cobain, lead singer of Nirvana, 1992, regarding a piece of Oregon legislation that would have eliminated protections from discrimination based on sexual orientation”. Nirvana and Progressivism Seattle sound or grunge is a style of music...
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The Beatles were one of the most influential and popular rock n’ roll bands of all time and contributed to the history of music. They are forever remembered as one of the best bands ever! In the book ‘A Night Divided,’ the main characters, Gerta and Fritz listen to the Beatles in secret while in their apartment. They were trapped...
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