The rise of the rock star is the story of America.
The music industry is the epicenter of our culture.
For many, it has been their livelihood for generations.
But today, rock stars are also part of our everyday lives.
For years, rockers have been the most recognizable faces in our culture, and that’s because of the music they make.
They are the face of the band, the face on the cover of Rolling Stone, the voice of the radio station, and even the face in ads for fashion brands.
This past summer, the Rockstar Awards gave us a look at what rock stars actually do.
Here’s what you need to know about rock stars.
What is a rock star?
A rock star performs on stage at the 2016 MTV Video Music Awards at The MGM Grand Garden Arena on April 15, 2017 in Las Vegas, Nevada.
The Rockstar awards were introduced in 1984 to recognize and honor artists who have helped define the music industry.
Rock stars have long been an important part of the American music industry, with the likes of Elvis Presley, Janis Joplin, Elvis Costello, and John Lennon being among the biggest stars in the history of the industry.
It’s a long-held tradition for rock stars to perform on stage and have a large presence at festivals and other events.
A typical Rockstar award will be given out to one of the four main Rockstar artists: country artist Willie Nelson, country singer Chris Brown, singer-songwriter Nicki Minaj, and country singer Jennifer Lopez.
Country star Willie Nelson performs at the 2015 MTV Video Game Awards in Las Parkas, California on January 13, 2019.