I was given a guitar-shaped wooden craft for my birthday, it says 'tribute to the Rock'n'Roll'. Is it correct to say it like this?
- tribute to the Rock'n'Roll
- tribute to the Rock'n'Roll music
- tribute to Rock'n'Roll
- tribute to Rock'n'Roll music
Which one is correct? I guess if you want to use 'the' article, it's 2, but if you want to use zero article, it's 3. Please clarify! Grammarly says it's all correct... And what about starting these sentences with an 'a' article? Is it correct? I think it can be, but not in the case of a gift's title, right?
I suspect it can work either way, and the article just shows the importance of a given music style, is that right? (Another example that comes to mind: tribute to the Blues/tribute to Blues).