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The eight-part docuseries will explore the musicians and soundtracks that shaped 1971, premieres May 21st on Apple TV+.
Apple has recently shared the trailer for its upcoming docuseries “1971: The Year That Music Changed Everything”, which will premiere May 21st on the Apple TV+ streaming service.
The docuseries has been described as an immersive show that will explore the musicians and soundtracks that shaped the culture and politics of 1971, an era synonymous with a golden age of music.
“In a tumultuous era, 1971 was a year of musical innovation and rebirth fueled by the political and cultural upheaval of the time. Stars reached new heights, fresh talent exploded onto the screen, and boundaries expanded like never before.”
Throughout the show we will get a closer look at the most iconic artists and songs that remain relevant even today, including The Rolling Stones, Aretha Franklin, Bob Marley, Marvin Gaye, The Who, Joni Mitchell, Lou Reed, and more.
Speaking on the show Apple say that: “‘1971: The Year That Music Changed Everything,’ will show how the musical icons of the time were influenced by the changing tides of history; and, in turn, how they used their music to inspire hope, change and the culture around them.”
Watch the trailer in full here: