The music industry has long been a part of our culture, and the pop star is no exception.
For most of the last decade, we’ve seen a shift away from the traditional, more traditional career paths, as we’ve watched the rise of a plethora of new talent and the growth of pop culture in general.
However, a few things have stayed the same.
We still love pop music and we love celebrities, and so, while we are no longer seeing the same stars and performers as we have for the last several decades, there is one aspect that hasn’t changed much over the years: the pop stars that are a part the industry.
These pop stars have all had their own distinct, individual paths to success, and each has their own unique way of putting on a show.
Here’s a look at some of the most popular pop stars of the 20th century.
Elvis Presley The most famous pop star of the 21st century, Elvis Presleys life story is a classic that most fans have heard before, but few people have ever heard of the real life man behind the stage.
Born on January 1, 1956, in New Orleans, Louisiana, Elvis was the youngest of seven children, and his parents divorced when he was four years old.
The couple moved to Memphis when Elvis was about seven years old, and Elvis was raised by his uncle, Sonny.
Elvis later grew up in a trailer park in Memphis, Mississippi, where he would play in the back of a pickup truck.
Elvis would also grow up in an abusive household, and as a result, he struggled in school.
When he was just 10 years old he moved to Los Angeles, where his father was a musician, and he would work as a musician in his father’s band, The Byrds.
The Byrd Years Elvis spent most of his childhood in the L.A. area, working at the Hollywood Bowl, the famous indoor stadium, which he frequented regularly.
During his teens, he attended a local Christian school, and began studying piano at age 12.
After graduating high school, Elvis attended the University of Memphis, where the music department was full of graduates.
In 1966, Elvis performed in the famous Summer Jam concert at the Civic Auditorium, where a sold-out crowd cheered and sang along with him.
After graduating in 1968, Elvis moved to L.I.A., where he attended Los Angeles University for a year.
Following his graduation, Elvis started a new life in the music business, signing with Columbia Records and recording the hit “I Can’t Get No Satisfaction,” which peaked at number nine on the Billboard Hot 100.
By 1970, Elvis had signed to a major label, Atlantic Records, and was making millions of dollars a year touring.
In 1971, he became a hit in the U.K., when he released “Hollywood Baby,” which was the first album to reach number one on the British singles chart.
The next year, he recorded a new song called “Hush,” which would go on to sell more than a million copies.
“Huff-Huff” would also become a smash hit in America.
Elvis had already become a big-selling artist by this point, and by the time of his death in 1980, his career had taken off like never before.
John Lennon Lennon and Yoko Ono Lennon’s lives were different than the other famous pop stars.
John Lennon was born on August 14, 1962, in Brooklyn, New York, a suburb of New York City.
The Beatles had been touring for more than 20 years, and Lennon was just getting into the business.
Lennon’s mother, Mary, had been a pianist for years, but she never really knew how to play the instrument.
Lennon, on the other hand, was a gifted musician who could play in all kinds of different styles, and that included jazz, blues, and classical.
Lennon became an accomplished pianist in the early ’70s and was working on his first record when he met the then-26-year-old Yoko.
“She told me she had a great piano,” Lennon told The New York Times in 1977.
“I was so impressed with her talent, I said, ‘I want to try.'”
The two became good friends and they had a few songs together, including “It Takes a Village,” a song Lennon later credited with introducing him to the piano.
Lennon had a string of hits, including the hit single “Imagine,” which reached number one in 1975 and has since become one of the biggest singles of all time.
Yoko also helped Lennon with his first solo album, Lennon and the Flowers of Egypt, which would eventually sell over 10 million copies in its first week of release.
Stevie Wonder Wonder Wonder’s career has been a long and complex one.
Wonder’s first big hit