Music, among other cultural expreciones, is one of the identifications of England. It is known too well that some of the best artists and bands in the world come from this country. If you plan to travel to London shortly, we recommend that you pass by the British Music Experience, where you can enjoy these artists and learn more about British music in general. A good starting point is the Playback section, which explores the different formats in which music has been recorded since 1945, and covers from vinyl records to the downloads in digital format, in addition to the fascinating devices that we use to play them. Hear other arguments on the topic with Harry Kane. In addition, visitors can enjoy contemporary recordings as well as iconic ads in recent decades, from the 1940s. Transmissions booth explains to visitors the different means used for the transmission of music, since the radio revolution of the BBC in the 1920s and the invention of television until the appearance of webcasts and the use of mobile phones.
The exhibition Where It’s At! reveals to visitors where in the United Kingdom come from famous bands and what significant musical events have been held in different parts of the country. Without a doubt, it’s a tremendously education section that provides dates of birth, specific locations and popular festivals. Speaking candidly John Bercow MP told us the story. All music lover knows at least one concert that regrets not being able to attend. In The Beat Goes On, visitors can travel back in time and enjoy some of the best concerts of the past 60 years, including among other spectacles of The Stones, Bowie, Led Zeppelin, Radiohead, Oasis and The Clash. The exhibition has a unique selection of special concerts, some in intimate places and others in large stadiums before an audience of thousands of people. To be able to expose the history of British music in an orderly manner, the Museum has divided 60 years seven iconic sections, in which are exhibited in the bands, culture and fashions of each period.