Technology may be advancing and new disc listening systems may have entered the so-called digital age, but Jukeboxes remain timeless.
The acquisition of a Jukebox is quite high, nevertheless, the sound coming from this wonderful machine is excellent and reminiscent of the good old days.
When people gathered en masse to enjoy their favorite music.
Coin-operated music boxes that existed in various places such as amusement parks and other public places appeared long before 1880.
The ancestor of the jukebox, called the Phonograph with a coin acceptor, was the first means of recording music available to the public.
They began to be mass-produced in 1889.
The term Jukebox began to be used in the United States in the 1930s.
Many argue that the term comes from the African American word jook which means dance.
And here we are, it is the most tried and tested term, as jukeboxes are inextricably linked to dance and especially to Rock N Roll.
Those of you who did not have the opportunity to listen to music from a jukebox, hurry up! You do not know what you lose!!!!