What Music Was Popular in Britain in 1939?

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Popular music in Britain in 1939 was called swing done by Benny Goodman and his Orchestra who were commonly referred to as the king of the swing. After this music led to dances being banned in dance halls, jazz music became popular.
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That's a long time period. Jazz was very popular-everything from Dixieland to Chicago to Swing, and the big swing band leaders were as famous as rock stars today-well, maybe not quite
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