Genre: american folk revivalPlay genre
American folk revival music emerged in the mid-20th century as a response to the commercialization of popular music. It is characterized by acoustic instruments, simple melodies, and lyrics that often address social and political issues. This genre gained popularity during the Civil Rights Movement and the Vietnam War era, with artists using their music to promote peace and equality. The genre is known for its harmonies and storytelling, often featuring songs that have been passed down through generations.