The Importance Of The Beatles Journey To Success In America

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The article explained some of the Beatles journey to success, and they weren’t immediately successful. Neither were most other British bands like the Rolling Stones. However, it didn’t take very long of them working hard for their songs to become hits in Britain and the US, with their songs being on the Top 40 Hits list multiple times. An obvious historical reason for this is because their music was new and exciting in a time of turmoil. Major events were going on like the Cuban Missile Crisis, the JFK assassination, Martin Luther King Jr’s “I Have a Dream” speech, etc., (Pearson) and rock ‘n roll music could have been an outlet for American teens. In relation to social reasons why the Beatles and later British bands were so successful in America,

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