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“I’d say probably 60s and 80s. You’ve got the Beatles and Rolling Stones really became popular in the 60s and then in the 80s you’ve got more hairbands.” - Stephen Gately, 37

Around Town 5.3.18

Thursday, May 3, 2018 |

“I’d say probably 60s and 80s. You’ve got the Beatles and Rolling Stones really became popular in the 60s and then in the 80s you’ve got more hairbands.” - Stephen Gately, 37

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“The 80s. I was born in the 80s so 80s music has a lot more meaning to me because it was relatable at that time.” Jerry Pope, 36

Thursday, May 3, 2018 |

“The 80s. I was born in the 80s so 80s music has a lot more meaning to me because it was relatable at that time.” Jerry Pope, 36

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“Classical music, specifically Baroque music. It’s so calming and uplifting at the same time. It makes me focus.” Anna Alpin, 40

Thursday, May 3, 2018 |

“Classical music, specifically Baroque music. It’s so calming and uplifting at the same time. It makes me focus.” Anna Alpin, 40

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“I really think 80s. It had great dance music. The 70s had good experimental stuff. In the 80s they got into videos and got to start experimenting with that. I feel like the geeks got to jump in on that.” Lyndsey Dyk, 26

Thursday, May 3, 2018 |

“I really think 80s. It had great dance music. The 70s had good experimental stuff. In the 80s they got into videos and got to start experimenting with that. I feel like the geeks got to jump in on that.” Lyndsey Dyk, 26

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