The Beatles Influence

Did you know, that The Beatles have been named, collectively, as among the 20th Century’s most influential people (Fab). The Beatles is a phenomenal band that made a huge impact on the world and how it is today. The following will describe who The Beatles are, how they met, and how they changed music. The imprint they made on people and music will forever be remembered.
The Beatles, is a very famous rock group that formed their band around the 1960s. When the band first formed in 1958, it was named Johnny and the Moondogs. Then, in 1960, the band name was changed to the Silver Beetles, and a few months later they dropped the “Silver” and modified “Beetles” into “Beatles”. The band 's music excited people from all over the world. The Beatles
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With their unique rhythm and sound, they changed the music industry by displaying rock and roll in a whole new direction. The Beatles topped the charts with fifteen different albums in the UK, and they were considered to be the models for most current male music groups, still to this day. Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band was the first rock album to be written for the purpose of listening to it instead of dancing to it. This opened the door for contemporary rock bands such as Led Zeppelin, and Pink Floyd. The Beatles were also known to be one of the first bands to experiment with stereo sound instead of mono. The movies that The Beatles created like A Hard Day 's Night, and Help! were the inspiration to the modern music video. …show more content…
For example, Dave Grohl, drummer for the band Nirvana and founder of Foo Fighters, told Access Hollywood that Paul McCartney had inspired him at a young age. He said, “it got me to understand song structure and melody and harmony and arrangement. So, I never had a teacher – I just had these Beatles records.” Another popular artist, Billy Joel, based his famous song, Theme From an Italian Restaurant from side two of Abbey Road. Gene Simmons, lead singer and bassist for the band KISS was quoted saying that there would be no way he would be doing what he does now if it wasn 't for The Beatles. Barry Maurice and Robin Gibb of the Bee Gees were greatly influenced by The Beatles because they developed an artistic credibility in the pop music industry that wasn 't there before. They also created a lot of albums, which was also new to the pop music business. (Mastropolo)
In conclusion, The Beatles were an awe-inspiring band that moved the hearts and souls of people internationally. They have made their mark on history and will never be forgotten. Who The Beatles were, how they met, and how they changed music is like the coming of age story in Rock and roll. Their massive influence on all entertainment will never be

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