Geschichte der Rockmusik

Update 20101214

Rhythm &Blues
„schwarzer Jazz“ 50er: Rock ’n’ Roll Rockabilly

Country & Western
„weisser Jazz (Volksmusik)“

Rock‘n Roll
Bill Haley, Elvis Presley, Chuck Berry, Buddy Holly

Skiffle
„volkstümlicher Jazz“ 60er: Lonnie Donegan Bluesrock Classic Rock Country Rock Folk Rock Psychedelic Rock Soul Folk Rock Gospel Bob Dylan, Joan Baez, Simon & Garfunkel 70er: Glam Rock Hard Rock Jazz Rock/Fusion Krautrock Progressive Rock Punk Funk Disco Philli Sound 80er: Gothic Hardcore Punk Metal Independent Neo-Prog New Wave 90er: Alternative Britpop Crossover Grunge Industrial Rock 00er:

Soul
Dionne Warwick

Gospel Beat, Pop, Rock
Beatles, Rolling Stones Edwin Hawkins Singers

Jazz
Miles Davis Beethoven, Mozart, Sibelius

Country Rock
Allman Brothers, Buffalo Springfield, Glen Frey

Ballad Rock
Billy Joel, Leonard Cohen, Cat Stevens
Led Zeppelin, Deep Purple, Black Sabbath

Pink Floyd, Moody Blues, Iron Butterfly

Cream, Eric Clapton, John Mayall

Heavy Metal Rock
Iron Maiden, Judas Priest AC/DC

Krautrock
Kraftwerk, Ihre Kinder, Floh de Cologne

Classic Rock
Procol Harum, ELP, Ekseption

Reggae

Bob Marley, John Holt, UB 40

Rap
Sugarhill Gang, Salt‘n Pepper

HipHop
Fanta 4, Jazzkantine

Techno Rock Konzerte:
Monterey Pop Festival (69) Woodstock (69) Concert for Bangla Desh (71) Simon & Garfunkel, Hydepark (81) Live Aid (85) Pink Floyd, Berlin, the Wall (90) Freddie Mercury Tribute (92) Concert for George (02) Depeche Mode, Yello

Trance
Energy 52, DJ Tag, DJ Tatana

House
David Guetta, Bob Sinclair

Dance Music
DJ Bobo

Speed Metal
Overkill, Dave Digger

Trash Metal
Anthrax, Metallica, Exodus

Noise Core

Hard Core

Minor / Radio / Musikgeschichte, Christian Stärkle

Klassik

Psychedelic Rock

Bluesrock

Hard Rock