Genre: pre-war bluesPlay genre
Pre-war blues music is a genre that emerged in the early 20th century and was popularized in the southern United States. It is characterized by its raw and emotional lyrics, often dealing with themes of love, loss, and hardship. The music is typically played on acoustic guitars and features a distinctive fingerpicking style. The genre was influential in the development of rock and roll and has been covered by countless artists over the years.