Culture & Travel15 December 2020
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England is one of the most traveled destinations in the world. In addition to its touristic places, British culture is also a matter of curiosity. The most important aspect that left its mark on the twentieth century is undoubtedly the bands he produced in almost every genre from rock to punk, from trip hop to psychedelic music, and his contributions to the sound of the 20th century.
We are talking about groups that came out of different cities in England and made a revolution first in England and then around the world and ravaged the world. Here are 5 legendary groups that came out of the cities of England, reached millions of fans around the world and influenced the generations that came after them.
Liverpool - The Beatles
Many different cities of England are full of musicians and bands who have revolutionized the music world, but one of them has become an icon by crossing all borders. It is also the band The Beatles. Founded with a relationship dating back to their high school years, this group changed not only pop music but all pop culture. The story of this group, which we can call the most influential group of all time, started in the streets, buses and bars of Liverpool. The Beatles Story Museum in Liverpool is a must-visit for anyone who wants to be a part of this story. The whole world loved the quartet of John Lennon, Paul McCartney, George Harrison and Ringo Starr. His songs such as Hey Jude, Don't Let Me Down, Here Comes the Sun became a hit with all music lovers. With its unique style, The Beatles will continue to remain in our lives as a legendary music group.
London – Pink Floyd
Is your favorite The Rolling Stones or the Queen? Or Pink Floyd? Although it is not easy for music lovers to choose between these, we have to choose one of them, so we prefer Pink Floyd this time. The story of these music legends, which started during his student years in London, the capital of England and one of the most important cities of the world, left its mark on the 1970s with the sound-based albums Dark Side of the Moon and The Wall, in which their fans were divided into two. Tours are organized in the city for the London of this legendary group, which has influenced almost all music genres all over the world, from rock to ambient music. If you're in London and you're a Pink Floyd fan, don't miss it. Rogar Waters on bass and vocals, Syd Barrett on guitar and vocals, Nick Mason on drums, and band members such as Rick Wright, Bob Klose and David Gilmour proved their talents to the whole world. It would not be wrong to say that today's new artists grow up inspired by them. If you haven't discovered Pink Floyd yet, you're missing out.
Manchester – Joy Division
Ian Curtis' sad appearance and interesting stage dances are one of the most iconic images in the history of music. Deciding to form a band after a The Sex Pistols concert, this original band was influential not only in the UK but also around the world during the short period of 1976-1980, disbanding after the death of their lead singer Ian Curtis at a young age, and the other members of the band went under another name. . Witnessing the musical energy emanating from all over the city of Manchester, city tours about this band say a lot about this legendary city as much as it does about the band.
Bristol – Portishead
This band, which redefines the trip hop music genre since its establishment in 1991, and brings the legendary voice of Beth Gibbons together with the softness of their instruments and the psychedelic atmosphere, is based in Bristol, England. The name Portishead is actually the name of a town near Bristol. Famous The Road songs became a song known by a generation in the 1990s and then by the whole world. Portishead and many bands like them reveal the connection between music and music in almost every city in England, not just certain cities.