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  1. CBGB - Wikipedia

    1 day ago · CBGB was founded in 1973 at 315 Bowery, in a former nineteenth-century saloon on the first floor of the Palace Lodging House. The legendary music venue fostered new genres of American music, including punk and art rock, that defined the culture of downtown Manhattan in the 1970s, and that still resonate today. In this role as cultural incubator ...

    • 1878
    • December 10, 1973
  2. The Police - Wikipedia

    1 day ago · The Police started as a punk rock band, but soon expanded their music vocabulary to incorporate reggae, pop and new wave sonorities to their sound. In his retrospective assessment Stephen Thomas Erlewine of AllMusic argues that the notion of the Police as a punk rock band was true only "in the loosest sense of the term".

    • 1977–1984, 1986, 2007–2008
    • London, England
  3. Depeche Mode - Wikipedia

    1 day ago · Depeche Mode's music has mainly been described as synth-pop, new wave, electronic rock, dance-rock, alternative rock, arena rock and pop rock. The band also experimented with various other genres throughout its career, including avant-garde , electronica , pop , soul , techno , industrial rock and heavy metal .

  4. Curt Smith - Wikipedia

    1 day ago · Curt Smith (born 24 June 1961) is an English-American singer, songwriter, musician, record producer, and co-founding member of the pop rock band Tears for Fears along with childhood friend Roland Orzabal.

  5. Cinema of India - Wikipedia

    1 day ago · Music is a substantial revenue generator, with music rights alone accounting for 4–5% of net revenues. The major film music companies are Saregama, T-Series, Sony Music and Zee Music Company. Film music accounts for 48% of net music sales. A typical film may feature 5–6 choreographed songs.

    • 9 per million (2015)
    • 6,780 single screens (2017), 2,100 multiplex screens (2016)
    • 1,713,600,000
    • 2.4K