How did the music of “girl groups” help to support feminism for young women of the time? Why was this music seen as dangerous to parents during this time? During the 1950’s and 1960’s, female pop music girl groups became wildly popular with American teenagers. This paper should be 1-2 pages, in APA style, utilizing the college’s library resources.
One scholarly article as a minimum should be included in your essay.
Girl groups (not bands). Think The Supremes, The Shirelles, etc…
The girl groups bands brought girl power to the top of the charts for more than 20 years.
Here are some of the most influential girl groups of the 1990s and 2000s — some of whom can still sell out a show:
The Spice Girls
The Spice Girls — Ginger, Baby, Sporty, Scary and Posh — burst onto the music scene with refreshing bravado in 1994.
Their international hit song, “Wannabe,” catapulted the Spice Girls to the top of the music and fashion worlds, with more popular songs and their 1997 movie, “SpiceWorld.”
The group decided to call it quits in 2001, when they each chose to focus on their individual careers.