1960s Music and Pop Culture in Photographs

In the United States and England the 1960s was revolutionary with the Vietnam War and the Civil Rights movement spurring protest singer/songwriting and blues, rock and jazz merging into eclectic variations of psychedelic rock, blues rock, and folk rock. Funk and soul music rose in popularity as did the incorporation of music from around the world including Latin, Cuban and Jamaican. Explore our selection of 1960s photography.


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