Chuck Berry & Fats Domino

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. Antoine Dominique Fats Domino Jr., (born February 26, 1928) is an American R&B and rock and roll pianist and singer-songwriter. 5.0/5

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.The music of my youth,... Fats Domino, Chuck Berry, Fats Waller, R & B,
I would listen to Little Richard and Fats Domino and Chuck Berry, and ...
Despite 2016's disheartening losses, Little Richard, Fats Domino, Chuck Berry, Jerry Lee Lewis & Chubby Checker are all still with us! :) :)
Orignal Rock legends like Little Richard, Chuck Berry, Jerry Lee Lewis, and Fats Domino - guys who essentially created the rock and roll...
Amazed how many first-wave rockers are still around. Chuck Berry, Fats Domino, Little Richard, Jerry Lee Lewis: Alive, alive, alive alive.
Dear everyone who listens to rock n roll,. Discover Bo Diddly, Chuck Berry, and Fats Domino. Don't talk to me until you have. Thanks, Britt
have you tried Chuck Berry, Fats Domino or Little Richard?
They make more than Muddy Water, Chuck Berry, Fats Domino, Bo Diddley, and Little Richard.
The fact that the average USA Black youth doesn't know who Chuck Berry,Little Richard, Fats Domino is a tragedy of USA cultur…
I can name a handful of artists better than Elvis. Fats Domino, Lloyd Price,Ray Charles, Little Richard, Chuck Berry, etc
FYI The Beatles, Rolling Stone & Elvis didn't invent rock & roll. Fats Domino, Chuck Berry & Little Richard did and it was stolen from them.
Jerry Lee Lewis, Chuck Berry, and the Beauty on Duty Little Richard (Fats Domino is also there but…
"Four years ago, the 'Rock and Roll Hall Of Fame' brought together Chuck Berry, Little Richard, Fats Domino and...
Jerry Lee Lewis, Chuck Berry, Little Richard & Fats Domino in the one room - wow! .
Can we petition NY Times mag 2 do feature on Chuck Berry, Fats Domino & Little Richard?
sorry. Call me a hack. But where's fats domino Chuck Berry Little Richard on the radio now. Can't find it
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We're happy to announce that Peter Case will be playing the 2015 Kerrville Folk Festival! What kind of music does he play? Well, here's how he describes his influences - take your pick: What do you see as your greatest musical influences? My big sisters Susan & Phyl played rock & roll records around the house-when i was just a toddler-it was the rock n roll era: early Elvis Presley (Jailhouse Rock, Hound Dog etc.), Everly Brothers, Chuck Berry, Fats Domino ,Link Wray, Richie Valens ,Ray Charles etc...Phyl played piano in the stride style, ala Fats Waller: standards,boogie woogie etc...i loved all of that.. the first record I bought myself was a Beatles single...then Sue came back from school & we were all listening to Dylan..."Mr Tambourine Man"-the whole folk & folk rock movement hit me in a big way...in 1967 or so i heard Mississippi John Hurt on a Vanguard album I found at a local library... "Today"...that one changed my whole outlook.. when I was sixteen I hitch hiked over to Boston & saw Lightnin H . ...
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 ...
Music News ! Paul Mccartney calls study courses focusing on The Beatles 'ridiculous yet flattering' ! Paul Mccartney has dubbed Popular Music study courses with a focus on The Beatles as "ridiculous, and yet very flattering". Taking part in a Q&A via his official website, the 72-year-old was responding to a query from a student studying for an MA in Popular Music that asked how he felt about the existence of such courses. "For me it's ridiculous, and yet very flattering," responded McCartney. "Ridiculous because we [The Beatles] never studied anything, we just loved our Popular Music: Elvis, Chuck Berry, Little Richard, Fats Domino, etc. And it wasn’t a case of 'studying' it. I think for us, we'd have felt it would have ruined it to study it. "We wanted to make our own minds up just by listening to it. So our study was listening. But to be told – as I was years ago now – that The Beatles were in my kid's history books? That was like 'What?! Unbelievable, man!' Can you imagine when we were at school, ...
This Labor Day Weekend, Rhythm Radio puts its regular countdown format on hiatus to bring you 60 full hours of Classic Albums. Log on this weekend and you'll hear full-length LPs by some of the greatest Rhythm & Blues and Soul-music luminaries of the '50s, '60s and early 70s! Our Classic Albums Weekend kicks off at 12:00 noon EDT on Friday, August 29th, and repeats through 12:01 a.m. EDT on Monday, September 1st. This is what you'll hear: 1. "After School Session," Chuck Berry [1957] 2. "Here's Little Richard!" [1957] 3. "This is Fats Domino" [1956] 4. "The Paragons Meet The Jesters" [1959] 5. "Bo Diddley" [1958] 6. "The Genius of Ray Charles" [1959] 7. "Down and Out Blues," Sonny Boy Williamson [1959] 8. "Dedicated to You," The “5” Royales [1958] 9. "At Last," Etta James [1960] 10. "Two Steps from the Blues," Bobby “Blue” Bland [1961] 11. "Live at the Apollo," James Brown [1963] 12. "Night Beat," Sam Cooke [1963] 13. "Presenting the Fabulous Ronettes featuring Veronica" [1964] 14. "Live at the Re ...
TODAY IN ROCK: AUGUST 1 First blues recording is made, "Crazy Blues" by Mamie Smith. Jimmie Rodgers and the Carter Family sign recording contracts with Victor Records. Jerry Garcia, lead guitarist and guiding light of the Grateful Dead, is born in San Francisco. "Gotta Let You Go"/"Boogie In the Park" by Joe Hill Louis is released on Phillips, a label launched by Sam and Memphis deejay Dewey Phillips. It is the only single released by the label. The Orioles' biggest hit, "Crying in the Chapel," enters the R&B chart, which it will go on to top for eight weeks. The Drifters, featuring Clyde Mcphatter on lead vocals, record "Money Honey" on Atlantic Records. Sh-Boom (The Crew-Cuts) was a hit. Fats Domino performs as part of the Alan Freed-promoted "Moondog Jubilee of Stars Under the Stars" at Ebbets Field in Brooklyn. Other acts on the bill: Muddy Waters, the Clovers, the Orioles, Little Walter. "Maybellene" by Chuck Berry reaches on Billboard's Best Sellers chart and tops the R&B chart for eleven weeks. "Lo ...
THROW BACK THURSDAY: Back in 1958, I had a very popular radio show called "The Platter Party" on KOFA The Sporty 1240 in Yuma, Arizona. My show was on Monday through Friday from 6- 9 PM. I was the only DJ on the station that was playing contemporary ROCK and ROLL. Bob Smith, the DJ in the middle, was on in the morning (not sure what he played), and Denny Gallagher, the DJ on the right played standards from the 40's and early 50's. I would go to the Post Office every day to get stacks of promos records from the record companies with BRAND NEW ARTISTS like Elvis Presley (did he ever make it big?), Fats Domino, Jerry Lee Lewis, Chuck Berry, Little Richard, etc, etc, etc. It was a blast. My Mother and I were living with my Uncle and his family. At that time he drove a black and green 1957 Chevy that he would let me drive on the weekends. 50's radio and a 57 Chevy. Doesn't get any better than that. I would have posted a picture of the Chevy, but I could find one with that color combo..
Music News & Information Saturday, May 17, 2014 Keith ("98.6") is 65 Donna Summer ("Hot Stuff") dies of lung cancer, 2012 Alan O'Day ("Undercover Angel") dies from brain cancer, 2013 Lawrence Welk ("Calcutta") dies of pneumonia in 1992 Little Johnny Taylor ("Part Time Love") dies from a heart attack in 2002 Bob Flick of the Brothers Four marries actress Loni Anderson, 2008 *** Jagger puts his hand through a window at a Long Island, New York restaurant, requiring twenty stitches, 1975 "Jerry Lee Lewis Day" is held in his home town of Ferriday, Louisiana, 1958 Chuck Berry, Fats Domino and Little Richard appear together for the first time onstage, in Sheffield, England, 1995 The first Monterey Folk Festival features Bob Dylan, Joan Baez and Peter, Paul & Mary, 1963 Songwriters Jerry Leiber and Mike Stoller ("Hound Dog," "Kansas City," "Charlie Brown" and more) are honored with the Outstanding Achievement Award for Musical Collaboration by the National Association of Recording Merchandisers in Chicago, 2010 . ...
Fats Domino, Chuck Berry & Little Richard invented rock 'n' roll, and they are all worshipped by me. Will be listening to all three today.
Xx.. Isn't it amazing...Fats Domino, Chuck Berry, Little Richard, and Jerry Lee Lewis, the 1st Rock'n'rollers...are still here ...boggles
Nice! They wouldn't B there if not for the rock & roll pioneers: Chuck Berry, Little Richard, Jerry Lee Lewis, Pat Boone, Fats Domino
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.
“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.”
Feb. 15th, 1957, Chuck Berry, Fats Domino, Clyde Mcphatter and others tour as the "Show of Stars for '57". . In...
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
Honored to have Banana joining in the jam with Barry Melton on May 31 at Venice Spring Fling - Free Festival :-) Banana's infatuation with Americana music started in the early fifties growing up in Santa Rosa California when he discovered the 'race station' KWBR in Oakland and started hearing the likes of and buying the records of Lightning Hopkins, Jimmy Reed, John Lee Hooker, Big Bill Broonzy, Little Willie John, James Brown, and on and on. Then along came Chuck Berry and Ray Charles, and Little Richard and Fats Domino and Elvis and by that time he had learned enough piano to play with a group of local Philly style street corner singers called The Chandells. They got to go to LA to make a record but he was too young to go. He got hooked on guitar as a teen and then the banjo of Pete Seeger and The New Lost City Ramblers and then, just before heading off to Boston University, he heard Flatt and Scruggs for the first time. A life changing experience. One that added a permanent place in his heart and in h ...
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Guest dj Colin Brown profile (pictured with Tony Smith on the left). My Music Education started at a very early age.My Mother loved having the Radio so she could hear music ,when she did her "Chores".When the Radio was off Mum would put her Records on-The Ink Spots,The Platters,Harry Belafonte,Paul Robeson and others.She loved the harmonising voices and it was through that I began listening to them carefully.On the TV you had Cy Grant on B.B.C`s "Tonight" Programme,singing about Current Affairs in a Calypso Style.It was beautiful.My eldest Sister would join in by playing her 78s.I really liked Little Richard,Chuck Berry,Fats Domino as well as Elvis Presley and Jerry Lee Lewis.As the 50s came to a close,my Sister`s tastes changed to the Drifters(with Ben E.King on Lead).These were good times. In 1964 I went with my School to Carnaby Street(it was really a trip to the West End,but we ended up there).The place was buzzing.I was intriqued by the "Boutiques" that lined the Street,and everybody rushing about-w ...
Ma sì… King Elmore was born, so was Duke Ellington Jelly Roll made love, Bessie Smith was created in heaven above Robert Johnson sang the blues, Shick Webb did those things that only he could do. Charlie Christian started a new thing, and, oh my, how Billie Holiday could sing. Alan Freed rock and rolled, Joe Turner's voice was very low. B.B. King wailed, Charlie Parker cried, Louis Jordan smiled Ray Charles moaned, Chuck Berry rock and rolled. Fats Domino made me feel good, Elvis Presley did things that no one thought he could Then came the Beatles, Rolling Stones, whole new thing was going on. Frank Zappa zapped…
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 ...
In 1957, in Portland, Oregon, Alan Freed's "The Biggest Show of Stars for 1957" concert tour played the Paramount Theater. Performers included Fats Domino, Buddy Holly and the Crickets, Chuck Berry, the Everly Brothers, Frankie Lymon, Buddy Knox, Clyde Mcphatter, Paul Anka, LaVern Baker, the Drifters, Eddie Cochran, the Bobettes, Johnnie & Joe, the Spaniels, and Jimmy Bowen.   In 1961, Chubby Checker performed his original hit from the previous year, "The Twist," along with the followup "Let's Twist Again," in a medley on CBS-TV's "The Ed Sullivan Show." The exposure boosted both singles and propelled "The Twist" back to in early 1962, marking the only time in the history of the Billboard charts that the same single has reached the top spot in two separate years. Also appearing on that edition of the Sullivan show was Matt Monro singing his hit "My Kind Of Girl."   In 1961, Helen Shapiro was at on the UK singles chart with "Walkin' Back To Happiness", her second and final UK chart topper. I ...
don't forget Chuck Berry, Bo Diddley, Fats Domino, Jerry Lee Lewis, Gene Vincent all the way back to Muddy Waters ;)
in defense of the decade: Elvis, Chuck Berry, Buddy Holly, Little Richard, Jerry Lee Lewis, Ray Charles, Fats Domino
September 20th, 2008: Nappy Brown died in his sleep in his hometown of Charlotte, North Carolina. He was born Napoleon Brown Goodson Culp on October 12th, 1929. Brown was the son of Kathryn Culp and Sammie Lee Brown. After his mother died he was brought up by Fred and Maggie Culp. They attended Gethsemane AME Zion Church and he attended school in Charlotte, North Carolina. He began his career singing gospel music before switching to R&B. In 1954 he won a recording contract with Savoy Records, which yielded a series of hits, including "Don't Be Angry" (R&B, pop, 1955), "Pitter Patter" (R&B, 1955), and "It Don't Hurt No More" (R&B, pop, 1958). Brown was among the biggest stars in R&B, frequently touring with the revues of Alan Freed. His songs, along with those of his peers and contemporaries (such as Little Richard, Chuck Berry, and Fats Domino), were among the first wave of African-American pop music to become noticed and popular with white audiences. Elvis Presley reportedly used to see Brown perform wh ...
What do Chuck Berry, Pat Boone, Vera Lynn, Fats Domino and Doris Day have in common? They are all still alive!
As a mixture of blues, jazz and gospel, R&B began to catch on in several cities. By combining blues and jazz, the bands would usually have an electric guitar backed by a piano and a saxophone. Marketed towards black audiences, the earliest R&B hit maker was Louis Jordan who had a string of hits in the late 1940s. Following Jordan was Paul Williams, whose hit “The Hucklebuck” predated the sort of rave ups that would become commonplace in the ‘50s and ‘60s. His live show was a raucous event that would inspire later audiences such as James Brown and Otis Redding. The 1950s saw a string of R & B artists take the sound and expand it. Little Richard, Fats Domino, and Chuck Berry created not only the foundation for the soul music of the ‘60s they also became the prototypes for the rock ‘n’ roll movement. Little Richard was especially important to not only the sound of R & B but to the flamboyant stage shows that would late be taken to its apex with artists like David Bowie and *** Jagger. These so ...
Thank you Chuck Berry, Fats Domino, Bill Haley, and Chubby Checker for curing my
I was born at the end of 1955. Out of a lack of anything better to do today I'm trying to come up with an ever shrinking list of celebrities who were household names then who are still alive today. So far I have Sidney Poitier, Mickey Rooney, Doris Day, Lauren Bacall, Chuck Berry, Little Richard, Fats Domino, Jerry Lee Lewis, Sid Caesar and Carl Reiner. Anyone have any more names to add?
Happy Black History Month! Here are my favorite songs by African American Artists: Archie Bell and the Drells - Tighten Up 68 Aretha Franklin - you make me feel like a natural woman 67 Barbara George - I know ( you don't love me no more) 62 Barbara Mason - Yes I'm ready 65 Barry White - can't get enough of your love, Babe 74 Ben King - Stand by me 61 Billy Ocean - Get outa my dreams get into my car 88 Bobby Lewis - Tossin and turnin 61 Bobby Mcferrin - Don't worry be happy 88 Chiffons - He's so fine 63 Chubby Checker - the Twist 60 Chuck Berry - no particular place to go 64 You can never tell (teenage wedding) 64 Coasters - Yakety Yak 58 Along came Jones Crystals - Then he kissed me 63 Diana Ross and the Supremes - you can't hurry love Dionne Warwick - walk on by, I say a little prayer 67 Donna Summer - Hot Stuff Drifters - On Broadway 63, Under the Boardwalk 64 Eddy Grant - Electric Avenue 83 Fats Domino - Ain't that a shame 55, Blueberry Hill, Walkin to New Orleans 60 Fontella Bass - Rescue Me 65 Four . ...
ON THIS DAY IN MUSIC February 15th (Don't forget to "LIKE" AMERICANA MUSIC FOUNDATION to get your daily posts of daily history) 1686: Jean Baptiste Lully’s opera “Armide,” premieres in Paris. 1941: Duke Ellington and His Orchestra recorded “Take the ‘A’ Train”. 1954: Big Joe Turner recorded "Shake, Rattle & Roll". 1957: Promoter Irving Feld, king of Fifties rock package tours, premieres his latest tour, "Greatest Show of 1957," in Pittsburgh, PA. The cross-country show features Chuck Berry, Clyde Mcphatter, Fats Domino, LaVern Baker, The Moonglows, Bill Doggett, and The Five Satins; many of the areas it visits have never seen a rock 'n roll show before. 1957: The Coasters record "Searchin'", which will reach in the US and become the first of their ten Billboard Top 40 hits. 1958: Due to the amazing daytime success of *** Clark's American Bandstand, ABC debuts a new prime-time variety show called The *** Clark Show. Guests on the first episode include Connie Francis, Pat Boone, Chuc ...
Both are great but Chuck Berry is the true king of Rock-n-Roll. He wrote every song he ever sang. Very impressive songwriter. Only songwriting team Lieber & Stoller wrote more Rock-n-Roll songs in the 50s. But they weren't performers. Chuck Berry was.
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How lucky are we that we still have Fats Domino, Little Richard, Chuck Berry, and Jerry Lee Lewis alive?
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!
As much as I love Elvis, calling him the King diminishes the contribution of Chuck Berry, Jerry Lee, Fats Domino, Little Richard,Buddy Holly
Oldies Night @ The Library will kick off its eighth year on January 4th by celebrating the hits of 1958. Yes, that's 55 years ago! Elvis was on the charts, of course, along with Ricky Nelson, the Everly Brothers, Sam Cooke, Chuck Berry, Buddy Holly, and Jerry Lee Lewis...Oh, and don't forget Fats Domino, Danny & the Juniors, and the Diamonds. There will be plenty of classic hits to fill up the 84th installment of Three Hours of Cheap, Trashy Rock 'n' Roll. It all begins at 7:30 p.m. at the Milton-Freewater Public Library.
"I waited, and I'm sure Elvis did too, for each Ricky Nelson record... like we would a Chuck Berry record or a Fats Domino record, to see what was going on. I used to say to some of the guys that Ricky Nelson learned to sing on million selling records."
Ben Waters + support : Jaz Delorean Thursday, 15th November Show will start at 8.00 Ticket cost: £12.00 For tickets click here: Waters is one of world's leading Boogie Woogie/Rock N Roll Piano players. Although only 35 he has entertained in Festivals, Theatres, and clubs for over 20 years, with over 3000 gigs under his belt. Together with his band he has toured the UK , Europe , Scandinavia , Canada , USA , the Middle East , Japan , Australia , and the West Indies . Ben’s energetic piano driven rock n roll shows have to be seen to be believed Ben Waters has a no nonsense approach to playing gigs. This is hard hitting music at its best. Combining the music of his heroes (Fats Domino, Jerry Lee Lewis Amos Milburn etc) with cutting edge original material. Ben Waters has shared the stage with some of the top names in the business, including Chuck Berry, Jerry Lee Lewis, Jools Holland, Ray Davies, Dave Gilmore, Dave Stewart, Shakin Stevens, Status Quo, The Beach Boys, The Pogues, Leo Sayer, The Teenagers, C ...
Want to hear some more of my drivel? Daddy worked at the Andrew Jackson Hotel in Nashville. People often left things in their rooms and if Daddy could cadge them, he would bring them home to us. One time he hit a treasure trove. Came home with beau coups of "race records". Laverne Baker, Chuck Berry, Bo Diddley, Little Richard, Fats Domino. Woo Hoo! Played them at our little neighborhood "dance parties". As I recall, the group consisted of the Witt boys, Johnson kids, us and the kids who came and went on "renter's row". Mama would serve snacks and one time she served apple cider that had turned into Apple Jack (unbenownst to her), since I hated cider, I wasn't affected. But some of the teenage and pre-teenage attendees were. Memories. A pleasant place to visit now and then.
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.
Like my uncle use to say "you got to know when to hold them". I figured out later he stole that saying from Kenny Rogers but I have to say they were both right. But My uncle Ray also said to me once after I bought him a six pack for a christmas present "Mijo I don't drink anymore" my response back "what really"? His response " And I don't drink any less" yank! I love my uncle Ray. Dude introduced me to the Beatles, Chuck Berry and Fats Domino.
Rolling my own cigarettes, with Chuck Berry, Fats Domino, Jerry Lee Lewis Lewis, Duane Allman, and friends making my feet tap. Swear I'm alive in the wrong generation.
We got to 200 followers! thanks to all who RT'd! On today's playlist is Chuck Berry, Jerry Lee Lewis, Jackie Wilson and. Fats Domino!
You gotta wonder - if Chuck Berry, Little Richard, and Fats Domino had been white and Elvis had been black - who would've been king?
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.
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!
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Well, we may need to check the temp in a certain place tonight, just got through watching a Bon Jovi Concert on HD Net with Lizzie. Things I do for my kids, even took Justin to a Garth Brook Concert once. Now before anyone fusses, I grew up on Country Music and 50's Rock and Roll that was played in the house, Channel 11, Cowtown Jamboree to the Buck Owens Show Country! Fats Domino, Chuck Berry, Platters, Coasters, etc. George Strait is the king of my IPod and I'm a closet Disco fan from back in my younger days, but Bon Jovi's not bad. I actually liked it. I also became more of a Garth Brooks fan after that concert too, but they are not going to replace my love for traditional Country Music!
the great Roy Orbison was Oobie Doobie. Chuck Berry - Johnnie B. Goode. Fats Domino - Blueberry Hill. Ah the fifties.
Tom Jones's top 5 greatest voices of all time: Jerry Lee Lewis, Elvis, Fats Domino, Chuck Berry & Gene Vincent
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.
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
the R&R Hall Of Fame is getting to be a joke. the inaugural year (1986) you have Elvis, Buddy Holly, Little Richard, Chuck Berry, Sam Cooke, Fats Domino, James Brown, The Everly Brothers and Ray Charles (among others) inducted. this year.Guns & Roses and Red Hot Chili Peppers? i don't get it.
THESE ARE THE SONGS WE WAS RAISED UP WITH GREAT MEMORIES 1 James Brown get on the good foot 2. Ray Charles hit the road jack 3. Stevie Wonder up tight 4. Aretha Franklin respect 5. Marvin Gaye inner city blues 6. Sam Cooke another saturday night 7. Fats Domino blue berry hill 8. Louis Jordan buzz me baby 9. The Temptations get ready 10. Otis Redding dock of the bay 11. Little Richard tutti fruitti 12. Sly & the Family Stone dance to the music 13. Michael Jackson A B C 14. Chuck Berry Roll Over Beethoven 15. Curtis Mayfield / The Impressions were a winner 16. Al Green lets stay together 17. Diana Ross & the Supremes cant hurry love 18. Prince i would die for you 19. Smokey Robinson & the Miracles going to as go go 20. Parliament-Funkadelic give up the funk 21. Bo Diddley who do you love 22. Jackie Wilson whispers getting louder 23. Tina Turner proud mary 24. The Four Tops reach out 25. Earth, Wind & Fire get away 26. The Isley Brothers between the sheets 27. Gladys Knight & the Pips heard it through the gr ...
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