Disco by Olivia Tomlinson
Disco was the primary music genre in the 1960s. Disco got its name from discotheque’s, the dance oriented clubs that would play this type of music. Disco music was originally popular with black, gay, and latino dancers. The music that was trending within the clubs, was determined by the DJs. Disco introduced syncopated beats, electric pianos and guitars, horns, and synthesizers.