I grew up mostly listening to classical music, which I called opera because I didn't know any better. I used to wear a blanket as a cape and walk around the house listening to Dvorák. I was a weird child.
My father listened to ABBA, The Village People, and Dolly Parton. I don't know what THAT was about... He also listened to a lot of country, which I'm not into, though I do enjoy the occasional Merle Haggard. Other than that, I didn't get to discover the pop artists of the decades preceding my birth, an injustice I'm now correcting.
In adolescence I discovered Madonna and Morrissey, and in my late teens I started going to clubs and dancing to house and hardcore. Then the late 90s brought in ecstasy-inspired, overpowering, exultant paeans of "unspeakable joy", which I thrived on. I still worship good DJs, but drugs are no longer part of the equation. You move on.
I used to hate jazz and believed that liking it was a sign of aging. That has proven to be true.
On the left you can see the radio stations I've created. I'm continually fine-tuning them and exploring music I haven't heard. I hope you enjoy them.