Why do people like 80's music?
The reason most people prefer a musical style is their generational association with the popular 1980s music. The bands and artists were creating great 80s songs with diversity. The more styles you have, the more people can associate with the music. Music you experience between the ages of 10 and 25 ends up creating a standard of what you find enjoyable. During the 1980s the top 80s songs had simple lyrical concepts where artists sang the words with clarity, you didn't require too many listens to pick up the song lyrics. People who like 80s music have an emotional or aesthetic connection to its themes. There are young people who like good 80s songs and are rejecting the music of their generation, seeking something that better suits their personal choice.
Technology also had a big part to play in the variety of music which was out there in the 1980's. Musicians started experimenting more and pushing the envelop of what they can do with their instruments, techniques, recording technology was improving and becoming more affordable allowing artists to realise any weird sound they could hear in their heads.
There was the warmth of analogue synths/tape/tubes music videos were still extremely new, exciting, and a fun thing to play with.
Song writers had to remain strong in terms of compositions and rhythms while being entertaining and recognisable in order for them to be competitive with their peers, everyone had their own style It could also be the lyrics, the singers, the variety of instruments and the choruses. There was the warmth of analogue synths/tape/tubes music videos were still extremely new, exciting, and a fun thing to play with.
This gives the Pudenski brothers plenty of opportunity to take any of the top 100 classic rock songs and convert them to an acoustic cover which can be taken out to gigs in the Dorset area.