The British Invasion

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The United States was known for their rock and roll and pop musicians that extend their cultural influence worldwide. In the 1950s British popular music commonly known as "Skiffle" emerges with a similar style to American folk music. Lonnie Doneagan was known at the time as one of skiffle's most famous artists...
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He played his versions of old American songs and it inspired several British artists. Skiffle groups like the "Quarrymen", which was the early version of the Beatles, did not have a drummer. They played with acoustic guitars and banjos ensembles, which are similar to jug bands, who often sang traditional American folk songs, frequently with more spirit than instrumental polish, although early British "Skiffle" was played by highly skilled jazz musicians...
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