Chuck Berry & Buddy Holly

Charles Edward Anderson Chuck Berry (born October 18, 1926) is an American guitarist, singer and songwriter, and one of the pioneers of rock and roll music. Charles Hardin Holley (September 7, 1936 – February 3, 1959), known professionally as Buddy Holly, was an American singer-songwriter and a pioneer of rock and roll. 5.0/5

Chuck Berry Buddy Holly Jerry Lee Lewis Little Richard Elvis Presley Fats Domino Everly Brothers Ray Charles James Brown Roll Hall Johnny Cash Roy Orbison Alan Freed Bill Haley Eddie Cochran American Bandstand Bo Diddley Sam Cooke Jimi Hendrix Ritchie Valens

Elvis, Little Richard, Jerry Lee Lewis, Buddy Holly and Chuck Berry all on the same bill? Very impressive.
Rosetta Tharpe inspired Chuck Berry, Buddy Holly, Elvis Presley, Little Richard, so Rosetta is the King Queen of Rock and Roll
Friday, January 23, 2015 Joe Dowell ("Wooden Heart") is 75 The late Eugene Church ("Pretty Girls Everywhere") is born in 1938 Terry Kath of Chicago ("Make Me Smile") accidentally and fatally shoots himself, 1978 "Louie Louie" composer Richard Berry dies of an aneurysm in 1997 Brian Wilson of the Beach Boys divorces his wife Marilyn (one-time member of the Honeys and mother of Wendy and Carnie Wilson of Wilson Phillips), 1979 The first inductees into the Rock 'n' Roll Hall Of Fame include Elvis Presley, Chuck Berry and Fats Domino, 1986 6,000 teenagers attend the first night of the ill-fated Winter Dance Party with Buddy Holly at the Million Dollar Ballroom in Milwaukee (despite temperatures of 17 below and 13 inches of snow), 1959 Judy Collins is refused permission to sing testimony at the infamous "Chicago 7" trial, 1970 Bill Haley & his Comets attend the Australian premiere of their movie "Don't Knock The Rock" while on tour there, 1957 "Scott Walker, 30th Century Man," a documentary on the Walker Broth ...
On This Day: African American Life in Detroit in 1987: Aretha Franklin is inducted in the Rock and Roll Hall Of Fame. With a hugely successful recording career that spans more than 25 years and includes 12 Grammy Awards, Franklin becomes the first woman to join the list of music icons, which includes: Chuck Berry, Elvis Presley, Ray Charles, Buddy Holly, James Brown, Alan Freed, Robert Johnson and Little Richard.
Or could it be possible some oldies but goldies like Chuck Berry, Buddy Holly, Eddie Cochran even Elvis?.
Start off TX/OU weekend at BarBelmont with Ted Levin tonight from 8pm to 10pm! "Ted is a one-man band! Sweet crooner, guitar player, harmonica virtuoso, and tambourines with his feet. Doing the best of Old Country and '50's Rock and Roll. Everything From Hank, Johnny, Waylon and Willie, to Elvis,The Everly Brothers, Chuck Berry, Buddy Holly, Fats Dominoe and Little Richard!"
Today in Rock September First Featured Artist Pearl Jam Pearl Jam Like the concert? Download it. Pearl Jam begin selling digital downloads of their North American concerts online. The "digital bootlegs" are on the band's official site just hours after each performance. Before rolling through Canada, the group plays The Gorge in George, WA, about 130 miles east of Seattle. 2005 1950's Jerry Lee Lewis enrolls at Southwestern Bible Institute in Waxahatchie, TX. He is expelled three months later. 1950 Jerry Lee arrives at Sun Records in Memphis. Unfortunately, Sun owner Sam Phillips is on vacation. So Lewis cuts some demos. He gets a callback two months later. 1956 Elvis Presley buys his mama a Pink Caddie. It’s the first of many Cadillacs Elvis gives away. 1956 The Biggest Show of Stars for 1957 features Buddy Holly & The Crickets, Chuck Berry and the Everly Brothers. 1957 1960's Boz Scaggs hooks up again with Steve Miller (they were college bandmates). The vocalist/guitarist replaces James Cooke and is .. ...
Chuck Berry, Ricky Nelson, Buddy Holly, Ritchie Valens and the Big Bopper compilation and also, Grace Jones.
Johnny Cash, Buddy Holly, Bob Dylan, Elvis, and Chuck Berry. Those fellas and their music make my ears super happy.
Rock and Roll Hall Of Fame 2014 Induction Ceremony Debuts on HBO ...But the voice that did not make it to Barclays Center may well be the most profound. Linda Ronstadt was the lone non-songwriting singer among the batch and its possible the Rock Hall will never again honor an individual who built a career strictly on pipes and taste. Her inductor Glenn Frey of the Eagles recited the songs well-known prior to her burnishing them with new interpretations in the 1970s. The mind heard the names of the originators. Buddy Holly. Smokey Robinson. Chuck Berry. The Everly Brothers. Martha and the Vandellas. The Eagles. The list Frey did not read was the one filled with songwriters whose work was not known by mainstream audiences until Ronstadt recorded them. Jackson Browne. Warren Zevon. JD Souther. Anna McGarrigle. Lowell George. Karla Bonoff. Elvis Costello. Ronstadt, as important a country rock progenitor as anyone, survived as a song interpreter at a time when publish or perish had as much relevance in rock ...
Today in Rock & Roll: Births 1935: Herb Alpert 1938: Peter Yarrow (Peter, Paul and Mary) 1938: Johnny Paycheck 1940: Augie Meyers (Sir Douglas Quintet) 1944: *** Ralphs (Mott The Hoople, Bad Company) 1947: Junior Campbell (Marmalade) 1948: John Bonham (Led Zeppelin) 1952: Karl Bartos (Kraftwerk) 1954: Vicki Sue Robinson Events 1956: Elvis Presley is the featured guest on Roy Orbison and the Teen Kings' weekly KOSA-TV show in Odessa, TX. 1956: A still-struggling Buddy Holly catches a showing of John Wayne's new movie, The Searchers, at the State Theatre in Lubbock, TX. At two points, the star sarcastically replies "that'll be the day" to another character, giving Buddy the impetus to write his first hit song. 1958: Guitarist *** Dale performs his new song, "Let's Go Trippin'," at Balboa, California's Rendezvous Ballroom, a moment generally considered the birth of the surf music genre. 1961: Chuck Berry opens Berry Park in Wentzville, Missouri, with a public area featuring a petting zoo, picnic area, mini . ...
We're playing at The Railway this Fri.23rd.at Wadsley Bridge. Be great if you could come along and give us a bit of support. Got Hopper playing lead, Bob Colley on base, Lol Higgins on the drums, and yours faithfully up front. Should be a good sound, playing early Presley, Buddy Holly, Chuck Berry, Carl Perkins etc etc. Bring along your boppin shoes, look forward to seeing you xx
Watching this just further confirms how right I am to love Buddy Holly, Chas n Dave, Simply Red, Michael Jackson, Chuck Ber…
Shout out to Buddy Holly, Smokey Robinson, Little Richard, Elvis Presley, Chuck Berry, and The Everly Bros for influencing The Beatles
Looking for some live music this weekend? Look no further. We've got The Hot Rods!!! The Hot Rods are a high energy oldies show band from the San Francisco area. Classic hits from the 50's and 60's and more classic songs you remember. From Elvis and Buddy Holly to Chuck Berry and Fats Domino with a little Beach Boys, Beatles and Rolling Stones thrown in for fun; they bring the energy and excitement of the greatest era of Rock & Roll.
Today in R&R History: 1958-Alan Freed's Big Beat Show kicks off with Buddy Holly, Jerry Lee Lewis, Chuck Berry, Danny & the Jrs, and more.
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March 28th: On this Day 1958, Buddy Holly kicked off the first night of a 43 date tour at Brooklyn Paramount Theatre in Brooklyn, New York. The Alan Freed’s Big Beat Show also featured Jerry Lee Lewis, Chuck Berry, Frankie Lymon, The Diamonds, Billy Ford, Danny & The Juniors, The Chantels, Larry Williams, Screaming Jay Hawkins, The Pastels, Jo-Ann Campbell and Ed Townsend. On most days the acts played two shows. 1964, Madame Tussauds, London unveiled the wax works images of The Beatles, the first pop stars to be honoured. 1964, Radio Caroline started broadcasting from the former Danish ferry 'Fredericia' in the North Sea off the coast of England. 1967, Working on sessions for the new Beatles album Sgt Pepper at Abbey Road Studios in London, John Lennon recorded his lead vocal for ‘Good Morning Good Morning’, and Paul Mccartney added a lead guitar solo to the track. Lennon had decided he wanted to end the song with animal sound effects, and asked that they be sequenced in such a way that each success ...
And I'm not just talking about the beatles. I'm talking about the likes of; Elvis, Buddy Holly, Chuck Berry, Billy Joel
This is a fair and clever summary of what happened between 1949 and 1954, when black and white musical traditions cross-educated each other, and then disc jockey Alan Freed popularized the phrase "rock and roll," which was black slang for having sex.   Now along comes Rolling Stone magazine, huckstering a commercial myth to sell magazines, get advertising, and make a buck. Along the way, they falsify and simplify the history of America's music.   The current issue, which celebrates the 50th anniversary of the creation of rock 'n' roll and is stuffed with advertisements, declares that Elvis Presley invented the music. This is revisionist history as a marketing gimmick.   No one person started rock 'n' roll. It was a black and white alloy of Fats Domino, Lloyd Price, Ike Turner, Hank Williams, Joe Turner, Louis Jordan, Ray Charles, Little Richard, Jerry Lee Lewis, Chuck Berry, Bo Diddley, Buddy Holly - and Elvis Presley.   Presley himself never claimed to have invented rock 'n' roll. He always talked ab ...
some very cool old original 45rpm singles arrived at the shop. Chuck Berry, Buddy Holly, Everly Brothers, Sam Cooke, Ricky Nelson, Big Bopper, David Seville, Duane Eddy, and a bunch more. Also some more obscure Philly area acts like Mary Swan and Tony Darro.
I would look up to Buddy Holly, Frank Sinatra, Elvis Presley, Chuck Berry, Dion, Roy Orbison, Johnny Cash, and of course the early Beatles.
Tonight catch Joseph and Friends @ Lily Flanagan's before we get 10" of snow tomorrow! Our 1st gig @ this fine establishment! Come on down and party from 7-10PM! We will be performing our "60's INVASION Show" w/ songs of The Beatles, Bee Gees, Moody Blues, Badfinger, Youngbloods, The Turtles, The Guess Who, Grassroots, Eagles, The Band and much more! We'll even throw in some Elvis, Chuck Berry and Buddy Holly. And don't forget The Traveling Wilbury's!
WOW lotsa Good Stuff happened in music on March 1st! Check it all out :) 1810 - Composer Frederic Chopin was born. 1826 - Composer John Thomas was born. 1928 - Paul Whiteman and his orchestra recorded "Ol' Man River." 1941 - The first FM Radio station opened in Nashville, TN. 1956 - The Fats Domino album "Rock and Rollin' With Fats Domino" was released on the Imperial Label. 1957 - The Everly Brothers signed with Cadence Records and then recorded "Bye Bye Love." 1957 - Chuck Berry released "School Days" on Chess Records. It became his biggest hit to date. 1958 - Buddy Holly & the Crickets opened their only British tour in London. 1963 - Gerry & the Pacemakers released their first British single, "How Do You Do It." 1968 - Johnny Cash and June Carter were married. 1968 - Elton John's first single, "I've Been Loving You," was released in England. 1969 - Jim Morrison (Doors) was arrested and officially charged with lewd and lascivious behavior, indecent behavior, open profanity and public drunkenness in Miam ...
“I went to shows by Chuck Berry, Lavern Baker, Little Richard, and Fats Domino,” recalled [Robbie] Robertson, “and I saw a couple versions of the Alan Freed shows. I met Buddy Holly. [I remember that the sound of] his guitar blasted out of his amp; there was something about it beyond the normal. All these little pieces fit into the puzzle perfectly for me. Each thing taught me more.”
With Bill Haley / Jerry Lee / Gene Vincent / Eddie Cochran / Buddy Holly / Chuck Berry / Little Richard & a few Dozen others as Special Envoys to spread the Word of good Music across the World.
I imagine in 'heaven', outside the pearly gates would be Chuck Berry n Buddy Holly larking about n' then Hendrix and Lou come in with beers.
Today's Rant: The Beatles, The question that no panel of talking heads are asking is why? Up to that point in pop Music History English acts had very little, if any success, in America. At the same time, American acts such as R&B legends as Robert Johnson, Howlin Wolf, and Muddy Waters were being worshipped by the likes of Lennon, McCartney, Jagger and Clapton. So why would these lads from Liverpool take the world by storm and particularly American teenagers like me? The short answer is "Rockabilly" music. Almost all early rockers were from the Southern United States, Buddy Holly and Roy Orbison were from Texas, so other than the acts out of Philly and the East Coast, the founders of early Rock n roll such as Elvis, Little Richard, Chuck Berry and Jerry Lee Lewis were very much from the south, and most from the deep south. You can add Carl Perkins and Johnny Cash to that list. The "hillbilly" influence in early rock was very hard to listen to, if you were from Chicago or Detroit, it just sounded stupid an ...
On behalf of the human race, thank you & Godbless you John Paul George & Ringo for your unprecedented gift of such powerfully enriching musical adventure that continues to bring immeasurable quality of life to real heart & soul music lovers everywhere. And thank you Chuck Berry, Bo Diddly, Little Richard, Jerry Lee Lewis, Buddy Holly, Fats Domino and all the Motown gods & mighty Funkbrothers for inventing this music and inspiring the Beatles and the entire British Invasion. Let it be known that there simply wouldn't be the power of such soulful all American Rock-N-Roll without you guys. Happy 50th to all. I have throttled the magical R&B&R&R musical beast with you nonstop since 1953 myself and the beast roars on. Godspeed Beatles & all. Godspeed. -Ted Nugent
BLACK HISTORY FACTS AND THE BEATLES: 1) While the band from Liverpool, England was certainly influenced by the Everly Brothers (the two-part harmonies), Buddy Holly (his band was called The Crickets and they decided to have a bug-like name too), Elvis Presley, and others, they repeatedly cited Little Richard, Chuck Berry, The Isley Brothers, and Motown as major influences on their work. The famous Beatles "WOOO!" comes from both Little Richard and The Isley Brothers, which comes from the Black church. On 3 of the Beatles first 4 albums quite a few of their songs were covers of Motown artists and they even shouted out Motown as a factor in who they were on an early live BBC performance, something very rare for a White band to do in those times, established or not; 2) the first American label to sign The Beatles, when no one else was willing to do so, was Black-owned and Chicago based Vee-Jay Records; 3) when The Beatles set out on their first tour of America in 1964, after their famous appearances on "The ...
~ Historic Happenings In Music ~ February 4th: On this Day 1955, Elvis Presley played two shows (7.30pm and 9.30pm) at Jesuit High School in New Orleans, Louisiana. Hank Snow was also on the bill. 1955 - James Brown recorded "Please Please Please." 1956 - Elvis Presley appeared on "Stage Show" for the second time. He perfomred Authur Gunter's "Baby Let's Play House" and Little Richard's "Tutti Frutti." 1959 - Frankie Avalon and Jimmy Clanton took over headlining the Winter Dance Party after the death of Buddy Holly. 1961 - Johnny Burnette is rushed to Hollywood's Cedars of Lebanon Hospital to undergo an emergency appendectomy. The medical crisis forces Burnette, then on the charts with "You're Sixteen," to cancel $10,000 worth of domestic engagements and postpone a European tour. 1965, The Righteous Brothers were at No.1 on the UK Singles Chart with the Phil Spector song 'You've Lost That Lovin' Feelin'. Also a US No.1 at the same time. In 1999 the PRS announced that it was the most played song of the 20t ...
Years ago, I had a discussion with a friend about this song. He said it was all about Buddy Holly. I believed it was more, I thought it had to do with the Kennedys, the Beatles, and more. Well I was right. However, I didn't know it had all these meanings. I love the internet. A very long but interesting read my friends that are over the age of 30. I only say thirty, because my son Tim loves this song. AMERICAN PIE Don Mclean wrote the song "American Pie" in 1971. What do the Lyrics mean? Verse 1 A long, long time ago... American Pie was written in 1971 and the time McLean is going to talk about is the 1950's. This seems like a long time ago 'cause of all the turmoil that occurred in the 60's. I can still remember how that music used to Make Me Smile. McLean's favorite music was that of the 50's. And I knew if I had my chance, that I could make those people dance, and maybe they'd be happy for a while. In the 50's, the major purpose of music was for dancing (sock hops). He wanted to play rock & roll so peo ...
55 years ago today, the Music died as Clark McInnis mentioned. Not a big thing to some but certainly rocked the Music World then. The three men that died were the top three in music at the time as Elvis had been drafted, Little Richard went to gospel music and Chuck Berry was arrested for soliciting a prostitute. Today, there are two monuments located where Buddy Holly, Ritchie Valens and The Big Bopper died in a plane crash near Clear Lake, Iowa, on February 3, 1959. Behind the story, there were some strange and the long term affects on our world. Buddy and his group had been on a 24 day tour riding in a poorly heated bus and passengers had been swapping flu. They decided to rent a plane but it could only carry 4 people, pilot and three passengers. Waylon Jennings gave up his seat to B.P. Richardson as the "Bopper" had the flu the worst. Holly joked with Jennings "Well, I hope your ol' bus freezes up." Jennings reportedly said, "Well, I hope your ol' plane crashes." Tommy Allsup and Ritchie Valens decide ...
CALLING ALL MUSIC LOVERS !!! TONIGHT! WATCH CNN's "The Sixties: The British Invasion" ... ON CNN at 6, 7, 9 & 10 PM (PST) It isn't JUST about the Beatles! It's about how the profound wave of them and other British bands and artists, changed our Music World and also brought our 'Blues & R&B' back to us. It begins on how the Beatles were introduced to American audiences prior to “The Ed Sullivan Show.” Media sources included an in-depth CBS news report, a Beatles fan introducing them on a metro Washington, DC Top 40 radio station, and Ed Sullivan’s 1963 introduction to Beatlemania while in London. After their three Ed Sullivan TV appearances a bevy of British acts, including the Dave Clark Five, followed in their footsteps to America. The one common thread all of the British Invasion bands brought, including the Beatles, was their early rock n’ roll sounds. They were heavily influenced by Chuck Berry, the Everly Brothers, and Buddy Holly. Earlier on the Beatles and Motown was a match when they cov . ...
Chuck Berry, The Clash, Johnny Thunders, Ramones, Buddy Holly, The Doors and Love all got mangled at rehearsal tonight.No Mercy!
This is RS magazine's list of the 100 greatest artists of all time. 1. The Beatles - Makes sense. Some of the most influential albums of all time are the works of these lads. What else can you say? 2. Bob Dylan - I could argue with this one. He's a legend, but number 2? 3. Elvis Presley - Very successful, the king of rock n roll of course, but he was very controlled by his manager. 4. Rolling Stones - Often called 'Anti-Beatles', definitely top 5 5. Chuck Berry - Probably invented Rock n Roll. Deserves to be here. 6. Jimi Hendrix - First guitar god, I believe. Revolutionary player 7. James Brown - Godfather of soul, is it? Great showman 8. Little Richard - American Rock & Roll/R & B singer and pianist 9. Aretha Franklin - I think she was the first woman to be inducted into the rock n roll Hall Of Fame. I'll look that up later. 10. Ray Charles - American R&B singer and pianist 11. Bob Marley - Jamaican reggae singer 12. The Beach Boys - Some of the catchiest songs I ever heard. 13. Buddy Holly - Tragic dea ...
No band has influenced pop culture the way the Beatles have. They were one of the best things to happen in the twentieth century, let alone the Sixties. They were youth personified. They were unmatched innovators who were bigger than both Jesus and rock & roll itself: During the week of April 4, 1964, the Beatles held the first five slots on the Billboard Singles Chart; they went on to sell more than a billion records; and 2000's 1, a compilation of the Beatles Number One hits, hit Number One in 35 countries and went on to become the best-selling album of the 2000s. Every record was a shock when it came out. Compared to rabid R&B evangelists like the Rolling Stones, the Beatles arrived sounding like nothing else. They had already absorbed Buddy Holly, the Everly Brothers and Chuck Berry, but they were also writing their own songs. They made writing your own material expected, rather than exceptional. As musicians, the Beatles proved that rock & roll could embrace a limitless variety of harmonies, structur ...
~ Historical Musical Milestones and Happenings ~ November 8th: On this Day 1932 - "Make Mine Music" debuted on Broadway. The show ran for 342 performances. 1932: Legendary songwriting team Jerome Kern and Oscar Hammerstein's first production, Music In The Air, opens on Broadway. 1939 - Frank Sinatra's recorded were "Every Day of My Life" and "Ciribiribin". They were the last songs he recorded with the Harry James Band. 1948 - Elvis Presley was enrolled in the eighth grade at Humes High School in Memphis, TN. 1952, The first ever UK pop chart was published by the New Musical Express after staff asked 53 record shops to divulge their sales returns. ‘Here In My Heart’ by Al Martino was the first No.1. The song stayed at No.1 for nine weeks. 1953: Buddy Holly's Sunday radio show (featuring the singer as part of a country duo called "Buddy and Bob") premieres on Lubbock, TX's KDAV. 1957 - The Elvis Presley film "Jailhouse Rock" was released in the U.S. 1957 - Chuck Berry performed "Rock 'n' Roll Music" on ...
This week's Song From The Box Out The Back: Our song from the Box this morning is called Little Star by the Elegants. The Elegants is an American doo *** vocal group, that was started in 1958 by Vito Picone, Arthur Venosa, Frank Tardogno, Carmen Romano and James Mochella in South Beach, Staten Island, New York. Before their nursery rhyme inspired song, "Little Star", became a Number One hit, the band usually performed informally Under The Boardwalk by their homes. "Little Star" was the only million seller for the group, and was written by Venosa and Picone. It spent 19 weeks in the Billboard Hot 100, earning gold disc status. The song reached number 25 in the UK Singles Chart in September 1958. After "Little Star" dominated the radio, the band, still in their teens, toured with artists such as Buddy Holly, Dion and the Belmonts, Chuck Berry and Jerry Lee Lewis. However, none of their subsequent singles reached the charts at all making them a prime example of one-hit wonders.
No they're not. Try Chuck Berry, Buddy Holly, Beatles, Elvis, Little Richard, The Who, All far more influential than Hendrix
Here's a few historical factoids to get you through the day... October 28th: On this day. 1893, Peter Ilyich Tchaikovsky conducted his first public performance of his Symphony Number Six in B minor "Pathetique." 1948, In St. Louis, MO, Chuck Berry marries his first and only wife, Themetta "Toddy" Suggs. 1955, As part of the duo Buddy and Bob, Buddy Holly opens for Marty Robbins at a concert in Lubbock, TX. 1956 - Elvis Presley's song "Love Me Tender" became the No. 1 Billboard Pop Hit. He became the first artist to follow himself into the No. 1 position. The song "Don't Be Cruel/Hound Dog" had been the No. 1 song for 11 weeks. 1956, Elvis Presley made his second appearance on US TV’s The Ed Sullivan Show, where the host presents him with a gold record for ‘Love Me Tender’. 1957, After a show at the Pan Pacific Auditorium in Los Angeles, local police told Elvis Presley that he was not allowed to wiggle his hips onstage, the local press also ran headlines saying Elvis would have to clean up his act. T ...
We went to see Rave On tonight - the Buddy Holly Story, at the Springer. What a nostalgia trip! As a kid I loved Doo *** music (think the Platters, Coasters and Dion and the Belmonts). The first rock & roll song I remember was Bill Haley's "Rock Around the Clock" which came out around 1954. Next came Elvis and great guitar players like Bo Diddley, B.B. King, and Chuck Berry, making the move from rhythm and blues to rock. Rave On was a tribute to Buddy Holly, a major star who unfortunately was killed in a plane crash in 1959, along with the "Big Bopper." The first half of the show featured Buddy's great songs like "Peggy Sue," "That'll be the Day," and "Oh Boy." It was fun to see my friend Stan Edwards burning up the fiddle and my former Central High band student Kevin Vannoy belting out melodies on his tenor sax and harmonica. Listening to the steel guitar, I was transported back to some high school gym Homecoming where I awkwardly steered my date around the floor to "Sleep Walk" by Santo and Johnny. The ...
Interview with Lemmy Kilmister-2-96 I have to admit it-I've been a huge Motorhead fan since 1980. Their fan club, The Motorheadbangers, inspired my nickname.I first met Lemmy on their first US tour supporting Ozzy on his first US tour in June of '81. since then, my respect for him has only increased. Unfortunately, when the interview was finished, I realized that the tape player was on pause the whole time, so I spent the rest of the night trying to remember exactly what was said. I corroborated this version with the people that were with me, and it's pretty *** close to his exact words, but by no means all he had to say...pity. This was never published in the now-defunct Color Red. Again, pity. TH:Since you have two more interviews after this one, I'll skip the history part. LK:Thank you. TH: What influenced you to start playing rock'n'roll? LK:Early rock'n'roll-Buddy Holly, Chuck Berry, Little Richard. TH:What about blues. LK:Blues, sure. Jimmy Reed, stuff nobody nowadays remembers or has ever heard of ...
Richie Valens was inducted in the Rock&Roll Hall Of Fame 15 years later than his contemporaries Chuck Berry, Buddy Holly, J Lee Lewis… Why?
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in defense of the decade: Elvis, Chuck Berry, Buddy Holly, Little Richard, Jerry Lee Lewis, Ray Charles, Fats Domino
Watched La Bamba the other day, so naturally I've been listening to Ritchie Valens, Buddy Holly & Chuck Berry all day.
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Elvis, Buddy Holly, Chuck Berry, Eddie Cochran, and Ritchie Valens. Can't get much better than this!
Being a rock TA is pretty stellar. I got to spend my morning blasting Chuck Berry, Buddy Holly, and Jerry Lee Lewis.
Buddy Holly, now Chuck Berry. jammin hard tonight.
A farewell to a place where Buddy Holly, Chuck Berry, the Beatles and the Stones all played: on my music blog,
Buddy Holly, Little Richard, Chuck Berry, Simon and Garfunkel, Canned Heat, Janis, and Billy Joel just to name a few
Going back to the old blues..'Chuck Berry' 'Eddie Cochran'..'Buddy Holly'..
June 28th, 2013   Ask any successful band or performer how they got their start or what influenced a change in their musical direction and they're sure to credit some other band or artist. The influence musicians have on one another is openly recognized and celebrated for the innovations it inspires. No musician creates in a vacuum. Be it consciously or not, we are all part of a network of influences. A musical chain, if you will. A family tree.   Take The Beatles, for instance. They were strongly influenced by Buddy Holly and Roy Orbison who, respectively, were influenced by Elvis Presley, The Clovers, Hank Williams, and Hank Ballard. Black Sabbath name Cream as an influence who give a nod to The Yardbirds who cite the music of John Lee Hooker who names Son House who acknowledges Furry Lewis, driving Sabbath's musical roots some five levels deep. Even the great Chuck Berry, who seemingly invented a whole new approach to playing the guitar, readily cites T-Bone Walker as his prime inspirat ...
Still like that Old Time Rock and Roll? Join us tonight at Medicine Park Music Hall for Johnny Rogers and his tribute to Buddy Holly, Jerry Lee Lewis, Elvis, Roy Orbison, Chuck Berry, Billy Joel, Allman Brothers and more. Show is 8pm, seating is tables and chairs, casual, fun atmoshphere. Tickets $20 at the door. They have a bar, and a little area where you can even dance if you want. Come join the fun! Exit off I-44 North of Lawton, (at Love's) go West a few miles, watch for the Med. Park signs.
I love 50s music! Buddy Holly, Chuck Berry, Little Richard, and Carl Perkins is my preferred Elvis! Also like Muddy Waters!
Heres my nominees for the rock n roll mt. Rushmore, ammendments/suggestion? Chuck Berry, Buddy Holly, Jerry Lee, & a choice of Elvi, I choose 68 Comeback Elvis. These are founders..the original was supposed to be founders, though Teddy Roosevelts on there..in that spirit I suppose there could be like a Jimi or Janis. If anyone wants to put someone different up their, who would u boot?
The Rolling Stones made their U.S. television debut on June 2, 1964 -- not on the "Hollywood Palace" variety program on ABC or the "Ed Sullivan Show" on CBS or even Westinghouse Broadcasting Company's syndicated "Mike Douglas Show," but rather on a local broadcast: the "Les Crane Show," which aired at 1 a.m. on WABC-TV Channel 7, New York. Crane interviewed all five band members *** Jagger, Brian Jones, Keith Richards, Bill Wyman and Charlie Watts) as they prepared for their first U.S. concert tour. The 10-city tour began June 5 in the Swing Auditorium at the Orange Show Fairgrounds in San Bernardino, California. The Stones opened with their only U.S. hit at the time: their cover of Buddy Holly's "Not Fade Away." All but one of the remaining 10 songs in their set were covers of other performers' songs: Chuck Berry's "I'm Talking About You," the Beatles' "I Wanna Be Your Man," Tommy Tucker's "High-Heeled Sneakers," "Nat King Cole's" "Route 66," Rufus Thomas' "Walkin' the Dog," "Tell Me" (the only *** Ja .. ...
B.B King, Eric Clapton, Elvis Presley, Jimi Hendrix, Django Reinhardt, Neil Young, Keith Richards, David Gilmour, Jon Buckland, George Harrison, Les Paul, Buddy Holly, Slash, Bob Marley, Chuck Berry, Robert Jhonson, James Taylor, Leo Fender, Andres Segovia, Eddie Van Halen, Steve Vai, Prince, Chet Atkins, James Burton, Jack White, Bob Dylan and Kurt Cobain..GOD! *_* Im i the only one here whose lost in these legends greatness?? Or does the current generation even know all of these Guitar Gods?? Or are they just sayin that there world is only filled with Slayer, Metallica and Iron Maiden?? People readin this please try and listen to each of these legends!! You'll know the real world and taste of guitar music then! The 19th century sure changed the Music World! And has surely changed my perspective of learning guitar and becoming a musician!
Jim Crawford Band They will rock the MAIN STAGE Saturday, May 25th at 1:30 pm. Pictured: Tom Mitchell, Gayle Ellett, Hyla Douglas, Jane MacAllister, Jim Crawford, Joe Romersa, Dana Wood, Jaime Scher, Linda Vacarro, James Crawford, Jimmy "Guitar" Crawford (myspace) was born in Rockland, Ill. "At the age of 5 he caught rockin' pneumonia after movin' to California and hearing his uncle workin' out on the guitar to Buddy Holly and Chuck Berry tunes.When he was 9 his uncle gave him that very guitar and soon thereafter was rockin' to the radio and playing the hits of that era." (John Lewis of Santa Cruz Undergound News...)At 13 Jim formed his first group playing music ranging from The Byrds to Wilson-Pickett. During that time he went into a major "wood-shedding" stage spending long nights listening and jamming to his favorites, like Eric Clapton, Jimi Hendrix and the Blues Kings, BB, Albert and Freddie King...and others. Jim spent a lot of time in rock n roll "boot camp", like Valley Sound on Sunset Blvd where ...
I'm more of a Buddy Holly/Chuck Berry fan cuz they wrote their own songs but c'mon son Elvis was the man.
so glad i was brought up on Jimi Hendrix, Robert Johnson, Buddy Holly, Chuck Berry, Johnny Cash's music as opposed to Britney Spears
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Thank you Chuck Berry, Buddy Holly, and Elvis for influencing little John Winston Lennon to pick up a guitar and learn to play.
Lemmy shows that you can play loud distorted rock and still have the largest respect for guys like Chuck Berry, Little Richard, Buddy Holly:
Chuck Berry is black jesus and Buddy Holly is white jesus
Omg this old man at Kasleys is telling me he met Frank Sinatra, Dean Martin, Buddy Holly, and Chuck Berry. I feel the need to believe him.
...and Blondie and Bruce Springsteen are to my children as Buddy Holly and Chuck Berry were to me :/
Amazingly enough, Yoko Ono will turn 80 years of age on Monday. She's just one of the personalities associated with the first few decades of the rock culture who are getting very long in the tooth. Bill Haley would be 88. Chuck Berry is 86. Bo Diddley would be 84. The Big Bopper would be 82. Elvis Presley would be 78. Bill Wyman is 76. Buddy Holly would be 76. And Alan Freed, the disc jockey who is widely -- but wrongly -- credited with coining the term "rock and roll," would be 91. Another way of looking at it is that the oldest teenagers when the first rock recording hit the charts in 1953 -- "Crazy Man Crazy," by Bill Haley and the Comets -- are now almost 80.
Rock music has progressed so much in the past few decades, but it's never gotten more honest or fun than Chuck Berry and Buddy Holly.
Walkin' & rockin' Rasmus to some classic 50's acts... Platters, Drifters, Penguins, Chuck Berry, Little Anthony and the Imperials, Gene Chandler, Coasters, Del Shannon, Five Satins, Buddy Holly, Roy Orbison, Chantels, and of course the untouchable Jerry Vale.
Listening to some good ole soulful Ray Charles, Jerry Lee Lewis, Little Richard, Bo Diddley, Carl Perkins, Bill Haley, Fats Domino, Sam Cooke, Chuck Berry, Elvis Presley, Buddy Holly, Johnny Cash, Roy Orbison, Jackie Wilson.man...what the heck happened to real music like this? Today's music has it all wrong!
I want Robert Johnson, Chuck Berry, Son House, Elvis, and Buddy Holly vinyls :s
Dancing around the kitchen with my little girl to the music that my daddy played when I was little sure is a great cheer up. Thanks Aretha, Little Richard, Chuck Berry, Bill Hailey, The Every Brothers, Buddy Holly, Bo Diddley, Jerry Lee, The Shirelles, and oh so, so, so many more.
As much as I love Elvis, calling him the King diminishes the contribution of Chuck Berry, Jerry Lee, Fats Domino, Little Richard,Buddy Holly
The 1950s - The Beginnings of Rock 'n Roll The 1950s were a decade full of changes. World War II was over, and soldiers returned home and started families, beginning the baby boom. People could afford goods not available during wartime, including homes, and the increase in affordable, single-family homes created suburbia. Segregation was still a reality, but it was beginning to change and integration was becoming a more accepted idea. Televisions were becoming the center of American living rooms, and so began the television's influence on popular culture. Rock 'n Roll In this time of change, a new form of music was gaining popularity within the youth culture of the 50s. Rock 'n Roll, which was born out of a mixing of blues, gospel, and country, was breaking the conservative mold of the time. Rockers like Elvis Presley, Chuck Berry, Carl Perkins, Jerry Lee Lewis, Little Richard, Bill Haley, and Buddy Holly became stars and laid the foundation for much of the music we listen to today. * Iskra
Tonight at 11 on 97.7 the Beach, Chuck Berry and 30 Days, Buddy Holly Raves on, Bullmoose Jackson wants a bowlegged woman and lots more.also running with back to back shows right now on Swisssh Radio, www.swisssh.ca
Older folks are shocked when they hear me playing Buddy Holly, Chuck Berry, Four Seasons, Beach Boys, & other older & amazing artist
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I need to get the player first but he's definitely on my list along with some Chuck Berry and Buddy Holly :)
This Week! Monday 10th at 7.30pm A Christmas Carol By Charles Dickens Robert MacCall This enthralling one man performance of ‘A Christmas Carol’ is not to be missed. Robert MacCall is a storyteller who exactly captures the spirit and energy of the original text and weaves anew the spell of Scrooge’s transformation to celebrate Christmas and the 200th anniversary of Dickens’s birth. Suitable for Age 10+ Tickets: £12, £10 (conc), £6(child) - Friday 14th at 8pm Remember When - Mr Rock ‘n’ Roll East Anglia’s Premiere Rock ’n’ Roll entertainer pays special tribute to Buddy Holly with hits such as That’ll Be The Day, Oh Boy, Rave On, Peggy Sue, Heartbeat and Listen To Me. Also featuring hits from Elvis, The Beatles, Cliff Richard, Chuck Berry, Bill Haley and The Everly Brothers and many more. Come along and join in, on this trip down memory lane. Tickets: £10 - Box Office (01206) 366000 Weekdays 12.30pm to 4.30pm and Saturday 10am to 1pm
Happy Birthday to one of the founders of Rock n Roll, Little Richard, who turns 80 today. Little Richard would definitely be on our Mt Rushmore of RnR legends along with Chuck Berry, Buddy Holly, Elvis and.(?) Jerry Lee Lewis? Johnny Cash? Who would be on yours?
"What do Led Zeppelin, Chuck Berry, Queen, the Beach Boys, Diana Ross, the Grateful Dead, The Who, The Kinks, Lynyrd Skynyrd, Janis Joplin, Buddy Holly, The Doors, Bob Marley, and Neil Young all have in common? None of these acts have won a Grammy. Here are some more thought-provoking music-biz facts for you: 1. Ke$ha’s “TiK ToK” sold more copies than any Beatles single. 2. Rihanna has 10 No. 1 singles and six Grammy Awards. Led Zeppelin has 0 and 0. 3. Lil Wayne has charted the most Billboard Hot 100 hits (109) of any solo artist. Before Wayne, Elvis Presley held the record with 108 Hot 100 hits. But let’s remember the King’s chart successes transpired over the course of 54 years, starting in 1958 when Billboard introduced the Hot 100. 4. Flo Rida’s “Low” has sold 8 million copies in five years. The Beatles’ “Hey Jude” has sold 8 million copies as well, but it took 44 years. Has the world gone mad? I’ve had my suspicions for a while that the world is, if not completely mental, not ...
True. They always have, since Buddy Holly and Chuck Berry at least.
best singer and guitar player — as a solo artist? It has to be Buddy Holly or Chuck Berry everytime. Buddy and C...
Bill Haley Bill Haley is the neglected hero of early rock & roll. Elvis Presley and Buddy Holly are ensconced in the heavens, transformed into veritable constellations in the rock music firmament, their music respected by writers and scholars as well as the record-buying public, virtually every note of music they ever recorded theoretically eligible for release. And among the living rock & roll pioneers, Chuck Berry is given his due in the music marketplace and by the history books, and Bo Diddley is acknowledged appropriately in the latter, even if his music doesn't sell the way it should. Yet Bill Haley -- who was there before any of them, playing rock & roll before it even had a name, and selling it in sufficient quantities out of a small Pennsylvania label to attract attention from the major labels before Presley was even recording in Memphis -- is barely represented by more than a dozen of his early singles, and recognized by the average listener for exactly two songs among the hundreds that he recor ...
Eddie Cochran Somehow, time has not accorded Eddie Cochran quite the same respect as other early rockabilly pioneers like Buddy Holly, or even Ricky Nelson or Gene Vincent. This is partially attributable to his very brief lifespan as a star: he only had a couple of big hits before dying in a car crash during a British tour in 1960. He was in the same league as the best rockabilly stars, though, with a brash, fat guitar sound that helped lay the groundwork for the power chord. He was also a good songwriter and singer, celebrating the joys of teenage life -- the parties, the music, the adolescent rebellion -- with an economic wit that bore some similarities to Chuck Berry. Cochran was more lighthearted and less ironic than Berry, though, and if his work was less consistent and not as penetrating, it was almost always exuberant. Cochran's mid-'50s beginnings in the record industry are a bit confusing. His family had moved to Southern California around 1950, and in 1955 he made his first recordings as half of ...
Buddy Holly Buddy Holly is perhaps the most anomalous legend of '50s rock & roll -- he had his share of hits, and he achieved major rock & roll stardom, but his importance transcends any sales figures or even the particulars of any one song (or group of songs) that he wrote or recorded. Holly was unique, his legendary status and his impact on popular music all the more extraordinary for having been achieved in barely 18 months. Among his rivals, Bill Haley was there first and established rock & roll music; Elvis Presley objectified the sexuality implicit in the music, selling hundreds of millions of records in the process, and defined one aspect of the youth and charisma needed for stardom; and Chuck Berry defined the music's roots in blues along with some of the finer points of its sexuality, and its youthful orientation (and, in the process, intermixed all of these elements). Holly's influence was just as far-reaching as these others, if far more subtle and more distinctly musical in nature. In a career ...
Just finished up my lead vocal tracks for the band's album in 2013. We will call it "Alive Tonight" and will feature 2 originals and about a dozen vocal impressions from the big stars of the 50's and 60's like Chuck Berry, Johnny Rivers, Elvis, Johnny Cash, Conway, Buddy Holly, Roy Orbison, Tommy James and others. Sounding great so far!
A drive through the Boston area circa 1958. Footage originally by Kevin Lynch. Music by Buddy Holly, Chuck Berry, Danny & the Juniors, and Elvis Presley For ...
Rock Around the Clock Although my boys had some pretty good music in their era, Pearl Jam, Soundgarden and Nirvana to name a few of the groups, they always told me that they wished they could have grown up with the music from my era. There was a time when I learned to appreciate the music from my parents era and it all started with a movie. The summer of 1973 we were all into our normal routines; swimming, baseball, bike riding and at night “riding around”. Some say that movies are more a reflection of the culture rather than a force for shaping the culture. When “American Graffiti” came out that year, there were elements that indeed reflected the culture, but there was plenty in the movie that heavily influenced all of us. It starred Ron Howard, Richard Dreyfus, Cindy Williams, and Harrison Ford among others. The music was the most impactful. The soundtrack came out in a double 8-track tape, featuring 41 songs done by the original artists. Included were Buddy Holly, Chuck Berry, The Big Bopper, T ...
If you like any of the following, then come along to the MARINERS COMPASS, Gorleston, on Sunday afternoon 4pm till 7pm... The Shadows, The Beatles, Buddy Holly, Status Quo, The Searchers, Mud, The Undertones, Matchbox, Elvis Presley, Abba, Hank Williams, Kenny Rogers, T-Rex, Smokie, Cliff Richard, Bill Haley and His Comets, Chuck Berry, Roy Orbison, Dire Straits, Eddie Grant, Deep Purple, Johnny Cash, Frank Sinatra, George Formby, Blondie, Queen, Showaddywaddy, Ringo Starr, Freddie and The Dreamers, Chubby Checker, The Big Bopper, Suzi Quatro, Bruno. Mars, The Carpenters, The Monkees, Guy Mitchell, Etc etc etc the list just goes on and on. Come along and I'll sing your favourite song. I do NOT sing to backing tracks... I play electric guitar and also play a set off BASS PEDALS with my feet at the same time, so it's all played LIVE!
Today In Rock History: 1962, 12 year old Little Stevie Wonder recorded his first single for Motown Records, 'Thank You For Loving Me All The Way. 1964, All four members of US band Buddy and the Kings were killed when they hired a Cesna Skyhawk to take them to a gig in Harris County. Piloted by the bands drummer Bill Daniles, the plane crashed nose first killing all on board. Singer with the group Harold Box had replaced Buddy Holly in The Crickets after his death in a plane crash. He sang lead vocals on 'Peggy Sue Got Married. 2002, A federal judge in St. Louis dismissed a lawsuit against Chuck Berry by Johnnie Johnson, a piano player and former collaborator who wanted royalties for more than 30 songs written between 1955 and 1966. The songs in question included ‘No Particular Place To Go’, ‘Roll Over Beethoven’, and ‘Sweet Little Sixteen’. Johnson's lawsuit argued that he and Berry were co-writers on many of the songs, but because Berry copyrighted them in his name alone, Johnson got none of ...
music test tomorrow... Elvis,Buddy Holly,Bill Hayley & Chuck Berry... The big rockartists.. don't think I'm gonna remember all the stuff...
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In honor of Thing Three dressing up as a "fifties girl" for halloween, I thought I'd treat my kids to some YouTube videos of The Big Bopper, Buddy Holly, Chuck Berry, etc. The look on their faces was priceless. Oh, the horror!
Ya think peps in Covina back in the day had a midnight viewing at this theater of Buddy Holly or Chuck Berry like we did of Zeppelin Song Remains The Same ?
Ryan found an old CD of Beach Boys, Fats Domino, Buddy Holly and Chuck Berry. Riding around blasting it and singing xD
youtube has led me to 50's rock and roll. Little Richard, Chuck Berry, Buddy Holly, Fats Domino.
Rock N Roll Experience is where you can find all the greatest Rock & Roll music! Find your favourite songs and artists, and (re)discover the classic hits. From Elvis Presley and Buddy Holly to Little Richard or Chuck Berry, you can find it all on
Step back in time to the ‘Sock Hop’ era with Come Back Buddy! Specializing in cover songs of rock ‘n’ roll sensations including Buddy Holly, Ricky Nelson, Elvis Presley, Johnny Cash, Chuck Berry and Roy Orbison. The band completes their tribute to the 50’s by also dressing the part; White Sport Coat...
Bo Diddley, Buddy Holly, and Chuck Berry are great, but it's time to turn in. 'Night, folks.
had a great time at the American Legion last night! I think the crowd appreciated the type of band that we are and the way that we are different from other bands in the way that we interact with our audience and play music that people not only remember and dont hear any more but we also play music that a person can really DANCE to! sure...we play music the started the birth of rock & roll and go into the 60s but what wrong with that? I say thats the greatest music EVER! you had Elvis, the Beatles, Buddy Holly, Jerry Lee Lewis, Chuck Berry, Dion and Del Shannon and Sam Cook and Beach Boys and others and the greatest dance ever in the TWIST & at the Hop. Music was FUN and thats why we play it! I believe our audience also appreciated this music! this OLD music is now actually NEW to some people. I had a girl in her twenties one time that heard "Whole lotta shaking going on" and asked who the singer was as she wanted to buy the song and asked if it was just out on the radio. I told her it was written in 1957 ...
Tonight in Rock History: Little Richard, Chuck Berry, Buddy Holly and The Day the Music Died, Payola and Chess Records. As part of the Chess discussion, we're going to look at Minnie Riperton, which is a nice segue into Little Stevie Wonder coming up in Two Weeks, since he produced her best album.
what i did today was put on nyan cat in media and research Johnny Cash, Buddy Holly, Chuck Berry & Elvis in music
Wow! dug out my old minidisk player. That was relevant for what, like a few months? lol! Norman Greenbaum, Animals, Kinks, Lovin Spoonful, Don Mclean, Everly Brothers, Buddy Holly, Chuck Berry, Edwin Starr, Jerry Lee Lewis, oh man. I am rediscovering real music. The Good Stuff :)
Having my own private dance party, with Buddy Holly, Chuck Berry, The Rivingtons, and Southern Culture on the Skids. BRING IT!
Man, isn't it time for 50's R&R to make another comeback? Where are you Little Richard, Buddy Holly, Gene Vince ...
Kristine's Early Saturday Morning Dance Craze is brought to you by Buddy Holly & the Crickets, Chuck Berry, and Danny & the Juniors!
And, just for the sake of historical accuracy: Chuck Berry and Buddy Holly wrote their own songs in the 50s. Just FYI
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Wish I could go back in time to the 1950s just to see Chuck Berry and Buddy Holly play.
That I really really love is Dion, Elvis, Bob Dylan, Buddy Holly, Chuck Berry, The Smiths, Jimi Hendrix, Righteous brothers, etc
indeed! What's great about it is that it never gets old from Chuck Berry to Gene Vincent to Buddy Holly! It's still mint
Rock and Roll on the Athena Cruise Departs Fremantle 2nd April 2013 for 4 nights. The Deadliners, play in the liner’s lounges and around the pool, with tunes from Buddy Holly, Chuck Berry, The Stray Cats, Jimmy Barnes, Jimmy Buffett, Crowded House and Peter Frampton amongst others. We will also feature Rock ‘n’ Roll trivia quizzes and free rock’n’roll dance classes. What are you waiting for, get a group going and see your local travel agent now.
Eddy Cochran and Chuck Berry, with everything that's going on in the world today the shooting in Colorado Judy and I turn on Pandora Radio to the Buddy Holly channel to take us back to simpler happy time.
Its wired i like real music like The Beatles, The Rolling Stones, Billy Preston, Mozart, Beethoveen, Buddy Holly, Simon and Garfunkle, CCR, Little Richard,, and the king of them all Chuck Berry, but i don't like Elvis i don't know why a just absolutely hate Elvis
Chuck Berry, Buddy Holly, Elvis, Sam Cooke I could go on. Got more and more into it recently bopping about
Listening to Chuck Berry, Bo Diddley, Buddy Holly. It's amazing how much Bollywood in the 60s were influenced by music in the U.S. from the 50s. Oh yeah and by the way, I too spell it M..A..N...
Tonight is the perfect dinner show to bring your parents and/or your kids to. Its 1950s Rock & Roll performed by my band at Northwoods Restaurant and Bar in St. John, IN. The show is 6pm to 8pm. Music from Chuck Berry, Jerry Lee Lewis, Buddy Holly, Ritchie Valens, Fats Domino, plus more! Hope you can make it!
Hidden Lake served up some Chuck Berry, Buddy Holly, and Elvis at its recent sock hop. Check out the pictures!
This cover by "Buddy Holly" was released i believe in 1963 and was a top 5 hit here in the UK, but the original was done by "Chuck Berry" in 1956 and was a B...
Buddy Holly & The Crickets playing in Hartford, CT in 1957 Poster: This is a poster featuring: Chuck Berry and B...
1950's, Rock N Roll! Chuck Berry & Buddy Holly! Thats good music... My grandparents are off to Jersey Boys on Sun!
*** Clark hosted American Bandstand from 1957 to 1987. Buddy Holly, Chuck Berry & Jerry Lee Lewis all got Nat'l exposure there.
RIP *** Clark 1929-2012. Great guy whom was solely responsible for making a home for Rock N Roll way back in the 50s with American Bandstand; showcasing musicians such as Little Richard, Bo Diddley, Buddy Holly & Chuck Berry to name a few. "Hail Hail Rock N Roll!"
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Sad to hear about the passing of *** Clark today. He was such a perpetual teenager to me and was always tuned in to what was musically on the cutting edge. The old black and white recordings from the old studio in West Philly is always fun to see. Chuck Berry, Fats Domino, Chubby Checker, Jerry Lee Lewis, Buddy Holly, and many more got their exposure on TV because of American Bandstand. I'm glad I spent some time watching him this past New Year's Eve.
Thank You, Howlin' Sandy! The show was credited with introducing numerous artists to national audiences, including Jerry Lee Lewis, Buddy Holly and Chubby Checker. Shortly after taking over, Clark also ended the show's all-white policy, and introduced numerous black artists, such as Chuck Berry. However, Clark did not include the Beatles on his show when they came to America, thinking they would not become a significant group.[8] During the late 1950s and 1960s, Clark produced and hosted a series of concert tours around the success of "American Bandstand," which by 1959 had a national audience of 20 million.[8] The shows were among the first venues where blacks and whites performed on the same stage, and eventually the seating was likewise desegregated.[9] (Wkipedia excerpt)
Real rock and roll will always be Chuck Berry, Buddy Holly and Jerry Lee Lewis.
Buddy Holly, Chuck Berry, Brian Wilson, Bob Dylan, Carole King, Bert Bacharach, Paul Simon and Stevie Wonder all in the mix.
Listening to Eddie Cochran, Buddy Holly, Chuck Berry et al while watching the football. Prettayyy prettayyy pretty good.
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