Musical hot spots seem to circulate around the country. Detroit and Memphis were leading soul centers of the '60s and '70s, while Haight-Ashbury dominated the psychedelic movement. In New York City, Greenwich Village's jazz and boho-folk gave way to the Lower East Side's early glam, punk, and New Wave scenes wrapped around CBGB. In the mid-'80s, Minneapolis became the place to be for power pop, just as Seattle was the top locale at the height of grunge. Hair metal was birthed along the Sunset Strip in late-1980s Los Angeles, but before those boys started teasing their hair and wearing makeup, there was a counter-culture movement (mostly makeup free) that happened decades earlier and just a few... More >>>