The 60s are not over, and the next 30 years are shaping up to be even more influential than the first 30 years of the 20th century.
As an author of a memoir that examines the rise of the 60 years, I have a different perspective than most when I talk about pop music.
In the last two decades, the last 50 years of pop music, there has been a profound shift.
In addition to a growing number of stars and a growing interest in new music, the 60-s rock and metal scene has evolved from a largely white-male affair to a predominantly female and young male affair.
This new music has been more accessible to audiences of all ages, from young kids to adults, and is often darker and more aggressive than the music of the 1960s.
The music that emerged in the 60’s was a bit more mainstream and commercial than it is now.
It was also more about pop-culture and its relevance to the world, and not a more traditional folk music like it was in the 1960’s.
The 60’s also coincided with the start of a new era for pop music as well.
It started with the arrival of artists like Prince and Jay-Z in the late 60s and early 70s, who made the music more mainstream, less about the traditional folk roots of the folk music genre, and more about popular culture, glam rock, and other genres that would become more mainstream in the 70s and 80s.
But that was also the point at which the 60 and 70s became two separate periods.
The 70s were about music, and it was about people and the pop culture they created.
The 80s were a cultural moment that was dominated by politics and economics, with many people trying to escape from the stresses of the economic recession.
It wasn’t just the music that was changing.
People were also changing their attitudes to pop music in an increasingly personal way.
The 40s, in particular, saw a dramatic shift in attitudes towards pop music and artists.
People who once saw rock music as a way of expressing themselves were beginning to feel alienated from it.
They were starting to view rock music with a different lens.
And many of those same people who had become alienated from rock music were beginning in their 50s and 60s to feel disillusioned and even disillusioned that rock music had not been the dominant form of entertainment in the US for decades.
As the 60 to 70s wore on, the music industry started to look for a way to change.
And that is when the rise in social media came along.
In 1979, the first social media platform for music was created.
At that time, there were a number of other platforms, like the cassette and the radio, but the one that caught the attention of many artists was YouTube.
YouTube was launched with the intent of creating a platform for fans to watch and share music videos that were being created.
It had a lot of potential, and as it grew, the more and more videos started to be uploaded to it, and there were even people uploading their own music videos.
These people weren’t fans of music as such, but they were fans of the way the videos were being produced and viewed.
In order to stay relevant, artists would often write music videos on YouTube to promote their music.
The videos that artists posted to YouTube would then be put online, and if a song or song group had a successful album, the videos would be uploaded onto YouTube and viewed by the millions.
The video game that YouTube became, Call of Duty, has since become a huge hit for the company.
As a result, the popularity of YouTube and other video platforms increased dramatically during the 80s and 90s.
For example, in 1990, YouTube’s total traffic was around 20 billion page views, and in 1995, it had reached about 30 billion pageviews.
The popularity of these platforms led to a significant rise in popularity of pop and rock music.
It also meant that a lot more people were watching the music videos being produced by artists who had created these music videos, and many of them were very young, and male.
Many of these videos are now available online.
As we look back on the 70’s and 80’s, it is clear that there was a strong push by some artists to make the music available to people of all kinds, and to use these platforms to do so.
In recent years, some artists have also begun to create videos to promote albums.
These are usually music videos and features from the artist’s own songs, and usually feature songs from their own career.
As I mentioned in my book, there are also many albums that have been released by pop artists and artists from the 90s and the 2000s, which include many of the songs that were recorded in the 90’s.
In fact, there have been albums released from the early 2000s that were actually recorded in 1999 or 2000.
For this reason, I would suggest that there