Many Generation X individuals enjoyed polka music as youths and remain partial to it due to this familiarity. As adolescents, this generation was exposed to polka music via radio, television and dance halls, so they ofte... More »

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Members of Generation X were born between 1965 and 1980. Generation X generally prefers not to be looked at as a group, because its members are extremely individualistic, self-reliant and entrepreneurial. Generation X is... More »

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Some of the named generations include the Greatest Generation or the GI Generation, the Baby Boomers and Generation X. The latest generation as of 2015 is the Millenials, or Generation Y. The next generation has yet to b... More »

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"Generation X" is the term used to describe individuals who were born between the early 1960s and the late 1970s or early 1980s. People from this era were once known as the "baby bust" generation. This is because the bir... More »

View the latest results for the TV program "X Factor" on ITV.com as of 2015. The site's official "X Factor" page has news of eliminations, along with general information and interviews about the reality show. More »

An interesting fact about the show “The X Factor,” the televised music competition show and franchise, is that Simon Cowell created the show, which originated in the United Kingdom. Today, “The X Factor” airs in 51 versi... More »

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Jazz, blues and hillbilly-style music are some popular music from the 1920s. Examples of musicians during this time are Ma Rainey, Fletcher Henderson and Benny Goodman. Jazz's improvisational style reflected society's in... More »

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