Chuck Berry & Carl Perkins
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. Carl Lee Perkins (April 9, 1932 – January 19, 1998) was an American rockabilly musician who recorded most notably at Sun Records Studio in Memphis, Tennessee, beginning during 1954. His best known song is Blue Suede Shoes . /5
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In the beginning, there was:. Chuck Berry. Little Richard. Carl Perkins. Jerry Lee Lewis. Everyone who followed, borrow…
Today's show's all set to go. Technical news: it'll be on the i-player for 30 days from tonight. As of 6 this morning, all BBC radio programmes will stay on Listen Again for 30 days rather than the week that we've had up until now. It's a great thing, the BBC's iplayer, and I know so many of you use it for RNRH, so thank you. Tonight we'll start with Ronnie Hawkins and Chuck Berry, then go into Elvis, Johnny Burnette, Robin Luke, Ricky Nelson, Sleepy LaBeef, Cliff, The Shadows, Wynonie, Joe Brown and Carl Perkins. Locally we've more cuts from the new cd's from Jack Rabbit Slim & Rusti Steel & The Star Tones, Jackson Sloan & Big Black Cadillac, more from Jerry Lee's new album and we remember Clyde Mcphatter and Ruth Brown on their respective anniversaries. Have a nice afternoon and I'll see you "live" at 6. Bxx
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
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 ...
TRAIN SONGS AND DESPITE IT ALL BLUES : I was born in March of 1961 and the events that came from this day 50 years ago I honestly remember to be my first memories. I know I've spent a lifetime processing the events that happened in the sixties and I don't relate to much of how it has been presented. Chuck Berry, Carl Perkins, Fats Domino, Little Richard that rock and roll sound that came out of Sun Studio ... yeah I relate to that. The stories of the early rock and blues tunes are like fables to me. One of my favorites is Poor Jenny by the Everly Brothers which was written by Felice and Boudleaux Bryant. I took my little Jenny to a party last night At ten o'clock it ended in a heck of a fight When someone hit my Jenny she went out like a light Poor Jenny And then some joker went and called the cops on the phone And everybody scattered out to places unknown I couldn't carry Jenny so I left her alone Poor Jenny Well it seems a shame that Jenny had to go get apprehended A heck of a fate The party was the ...
Today In Entertainment History - 1931: Abbey Road recording studios open in London's pricey St. John's Wood. 1955: Billboard begins its "Top 100" chart, with the first Number One listed as "Love Is A Many-Splendored Thing" by the Four Aces. The magazine wouldn't resolve all its pop charts into one until 1959. * Hill Valley, CA native Marty Mcfly travels back to this date from 1985 to make sure his parents get together; while in 1955, he plays "Johnny B. Goode" at a local sock hop, inspiring Chuck Berry's "new sound." (Not really). * Les Paul and Mary Ford hit with "Magic Melody". 1957: The rock and roll movie Jamboree premieres in Hollywood, featuring performances from Jerry Lee Lewis, Fats Domino, Carl Perkins, Frankie Avalon, Connie Francis, Buddy Knox, and Slim Whitman. Perkins rejects a song called "Great Balls of Fire" that Jerry Lee has already recorded, and Lewis' version, released along with the film, becomes a hit. Perkins instead opts to sing a song called "Glad All Over" in the film, which goes ...
I love 50s music! Buddy Holly, Chuck Berry, Little Richard, and Carl Perkins is my preferred Elvis! Also like Muddy Waters!
8 more to go for the 100. Now playing The Ramones. Jerry Lee Lewis, Little Richard, Chuck Berry and Carl Perkins to come.
Amen - it's just plain and simply true - there are talented musicians now, no question, but NOTHING compared to what we grew up with - and/or those that came before those we grew up with - Elvis, Koko Taylor, Carl Perkins, Chuck Berry ... all idols of our guys -
ROCKY MTN. PBS PRESENTS AMERICAN MASTERS: Sister Rosetta Tharpe: THE GODMOTHER OF ROCK & ROLL . When: Friday, February 22nd Time: 9:00 p.m. Where: On your local RM PBS Channel (Channel 6 in Denver) . During the 1940s, 50s and 60s, Southern-born, Chicago-raised and New York-made Sister Rosetta Tharpe introduced the spiritual passion of her gospel music into the secular world of popular rock 'n roll, inspiring the male icons of the genre. This flamboyant African-American gospel superstar, with her spectacular virtuosity on the newly electrified guitar, was a natural-born performer and a rebel – one of the most important singer-musicians of the 20th century. She is acknowledged as a major influence not only on generations of black musicians – including Chuck Berry, Little Richard, Isaac Hayes and Etta James – but also on white stars such as Elvis Presley, Jerry Lee Lewis, Carl Perkins and Johnny Cash. . Presented in High Definition | Anamorphic Widescreen .
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!
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
from Katoomba RSL All Services Club "Put on your dancing shoes tonight! Sat 22nd December 2012 - FREE ENTERTAINMENT from 8:30pm till late. Midnight Drifters - 50's & 60's Style Rock & Roll at Katoomba RSL All Services Club MIDNIGHT DRIFTERS generate energy and excitement everywhere they perform. Each member of Midnight Drifters has well over 30 years experience in the music industry. The band plays 50s & 60s Rock n Roll. Dancers can enjoy music from artists such as: Chuck Berry, Dion & The Belmonts, The Mavericks, Eddie Cochran, Elvis Presley, Rick Nelson, Shakin Stevens, Carl Perkins, Gerry & The Pacemakers to name a few. Instrumentals from the Shadows and Duane Eddy are also amongst the bands repertoire and some originals from lead vocalist Craig Byrne. Midnight Drifters like to keep in the spirit of the 50s & 60s era to make your night a memorable one! Playing a mix of Rock n Roll, Rockabilly, Ballads & instrumentals they are sure to entertain and keep the dancers moving all night long!
*** On the album "Hendrix in the West", Jimi Hendrix does excellent covers of the Beatles "Sergeant Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band" but he does an awesome cover of Chuck Berry's classic, "Johnny B. Goode". Hendrix closes out the set by playing a great cover of Carl Perkins' "Blue Suede Shoes". Man, Jimi Hendrix is a rock God. Plain and simple.
This Day in Rock. 1955 – Elvis Presley, Carl Perkins and Johnny Cash kicked off an eleven date tour of the Southern US states in Abilene, Texas. 1963 – The Beatles are awarded their first gold disc for a million sales of “She Loves You.” 1965 – The Beatles release their single “Roll Over Beethoven,” a cover of the Chuck Berry classic. 1966 – No. 1 Chart Toppers Pop Hit: “Reach Out, I’ll Be There,” The Four Tops. 1967 - The Doors appeared at Danbury High School, Danbury, Connecticut. 1968 - during a Beatles recording session at Abbey Road six saxophonists recorded parts for ‘Savoy Truffle’ for the forthcoming White Album. 1969 – The No. 1 album in America today is Creedence Clearwater Revival’s Green River. 1990 - drummer Dave Grohl played his first gig with Nirvana when they appeared at the North Shore Surf Club in Olympia. 2005 - Rod Stewart received a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame to honour a career spanning more than 40 years.
...I listen to is played by Chuck Berry, Jerry Lee Lewis, Carl Perkins you know. The classics!
I was watching Chuck Berry on T.V. tonight. Also on the show were Keith Richards, the lead guitar of the Rolling Stones, Eric Clapton, Little Richard, Carl Perkins, etc. Now Chuck was talking about how his songs were often covered by white singers and he was critical of their performances. Little Richard was particularly critical of the way Pat Boone covered songs like Tutti Frutti and Long Tall Sally. He felt that Pat and other white singers sanitized the songs, which made the songs more acceptable to the parents of the white kids. Now the exception to sanitizing the music and making it more gentle were groups like the Beatles and Rolling Stones, who covered Little Richard’s and Chuck’s stuff and played it just as raw and good as they did. Now the white kids would go out and buy the rough and rock on versions of the music of these black artist as well as the sanitized versions of the white artist and when they got home they would hide the records of the black artist from their parents and played th ...
but why?? don't you think Chuck Berry, Little Richard, Carl Perkins or Bill Haley are more deserving of that title?
Caldonia! Maybe he did, but he had some help from Little Richard, Ike Turner, Chuck Berry and Carl Perkins.
Bass guitar lesson five or so tonight. Still stuck in the 1950s and fine by me--Ricky Nelson, Bill Halley, Chuck Berry, Fats Domino, Carl Perkins, Buddy Holly, etc.
We'll have a salute to Levon Helm tonight on Strange Currency plus the Louvin Brothers, Carl Perkins, and Chuck Berry.
The AHS Class of '62 started its high school adventure in the Fall of 1956 which would eventually lead us to where we are today. These are the top hits of 1956 that got us "rockin' and a-rollin": 1. Hound Dog - Elvis Presley 2. Long Tall Sally - Little Richard 3. Blue Suede Shoes - Carl Perkins / Elvis Presley 4. Don't Be Cruel - Elvis Presley 5. Be-Bop-A-Lula - Gene Vincent & the Bluecaps 6. Roll Over Beethoven - Chuck Berry 7. In The Still Of The Nite - Five Satins 8. Blueberry Hill - Fats Domino 9. Please, Please, Please - James Brown & the Famous Flames 10. I Walk The Line - Johnny Cash and the Tennessee Two
they love rock n roll but cant tell me who Alan Freed, Little Richard, Chuck Berry, Bill Haley, Carl Perkins etc.. are lol
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