Chuck Berry & Little Richard
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. Richard Wayne Penniman (born December 5, 1932), known by the stage name Little Richard, is an American singer, songwriter, musician, recording artist, and actor, considered key in the transition from rhythm and blues to Rock And Roll in the mid-1950s. /5
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😔 We are loosing our greats. Prince, Michael Jackson, James Brown and now Chuck Berry are gone. Thankfully we still have Little Richard. 👌
True, Chuck Berry, Little Richard and Jerry Lee Lewis are still alive if not exactly well.
Little Richard , Chuck Berry, the list of uncredited ground breakers is long. Popular Music styles change..
In the same way The Beatles turned me on to Chuck Berry and Little Richard, James Dean turned me…
Rock And Roll came into my life when I was about 12, 13, when Little Richard and Chuck Berry had
8. Big Mama Thorpe, Chuck Berry, and Little Richard are the blueprint for Rock n Roll
Everything he is credited with inventing he blatantly stole from Jackie Wilson, Frankie Lymon, Little Richard, Little Walter and Chuck Berry
I would listen to Little Richard and Fats Domino and Chuck Berry, and ...
We all stole it from Jimmie Rodgers, Robert Johnson, Bessie Smith, Carter Family, Little Richard, Chuck Berry, Louis Armstrong...
Elvis, Little Richard, Jerry Lee Lewis, Buddy Holly and Chuck Berry all on the same bill? Very impressive.
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.
nothing?! Except Little Richard. And Chuck Berry. and on and on.
Watched a 1972 live rock concert on TV, Chuck Berry, Little Richard, Jerry Lee Lewis and Bill Haley all had it.
Little Richard, Chuck Berry, Elvis Presley, Iggy Pop, Marion Zimmer Bradley -- they all did things like this too.
have you tried Chuck Berry, Fats Domino or Little Richard?
I will also be forever salty that Chuck Berry and Little Richard haven't gotten the appropriate recognition.
whole lot of Chuck Berry, Little Richard (who are dope) and not the artists that they influenced :P
…although w/ all due respect to getting the shouldn't Chuck Berry, Little Richard, & Brian Wilson should get one first?
Stevie Wonder, Chuck Berry, Donna Summer, Little Richard, The Clash, and Blondie make up the perfect Monday afternoon playlist. 👌🎧😊
LL and Run gotta feel like Chuck Berry and Little Richard be feeling when they do Rock lists.
Have loved this on All the artists were so distinctive & original Elvis, Little Richard, Chuck Berry.
50's generation "we had Chuck Berry, Little Richard". 21st century generation "we have Justin and Miley". Not much can be said for the future
…& with all due respect to James Taylor & Gloria Estefan, shouldn't Chuck Berry, Little Richard, Brian Wilson, or Carole K…
100% TRUE STORY: While backstage at San Manuel Casino with Little Richard's entourage. Chuck Berry walks in. Mr.
The fact that the average USA Black youth doesn't know who Chuck Berry,Little Richard, Fats Domino is a tragedy of USA cultur…
Chuck Berry gotta be the oldest livin legend from his era (other than Little Richard) that's still out there performing. That's goals there!
"The Beach Boy’s has influenced almost every band or artist you listen to. " Chuck Berry did. Little Richard did
Today's listener of the day: Ron Shepherd. On tap: Ides of March, Little Richard, Beach Boys, Dion, Chuck Berry, and more.
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.
Our great-grandparents were scared of Chuck Berry, Bo Diddley & Little Richard. Good Lord, Little Richard was INTENSE.
Stop, drop and rock 'n' roll tonight when Juke Box Racket play hits from the Beatles, Chuck Berry & Little Richard -
where it all began: Chuck Berry, Little Richard and Bo Diddley - 2002.
"Four years ago, the 'Rock And Roll Hall Of Fame' brought together Chuck Berry, Little Richard, Fats Domino and...
...covering slavery, race music, segregation & how it was BB King, Little Richard, Chuck Berry & Bo Diddley who broke down race
Chuck Berry n Little Richard are still incredibly with us *alive* n at large but now I'm worried they'll be signed UP⬆️too
(Chuck Berry and Little Richard are still alive.)
Can we petition NY Times mag 2 do feature on Chuck Berry, Fats Domino & Little Richard?
One of the three greats of early America Rock And Roll: Chuck Berry, Little Richard and Jerry Lee Lewis.
Yet many of the oldest. And self-abusing boldest. Are still alive and fine:. Chuck Berry (88), Little Richard (82) Jerry Lee (79)
Why is Elvis considered the King of Rock n Roll in a world where Chuck Berry and Little Richard exist.
Elvis, The Beach Boys, Elton John, The Beatles, Jersey Boys, The Mamas and the Papas, Little Richard, Chuck Berry, The Monkeys..and my brain
«I found Rock when I was about eight years old with Little Richard and Jimmy Reed and Chuck Berry and all the greats.». David Bowie, 1996
Black folks really get no credit for STARTING Rock And Roll. Chuck Berry, Little Richard, Tina Turner, etc
Frankie Knuckles is to house what Little Richard + Chuck Berry are to rock’n’roll via
if she knew better, she'd know that Ray Charles, Little Richard, and Chuck Berry should be LOUIS RICH from annual equity. But racism.
Tharpe has been cited as an influence by numerous musicians, including Chuck Berry, Bob Dylan, Little Richard, Elvis Presl…
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.
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, ...
Pat Boone was the White singer who used to chart all of Little Richard & Chuck Berry's hit on White radio.
Rock And Roll Revival, Toronto show in 1969 with John Lennon, Chuck Berry, Bo Diddley, Jerry Lee Lewis and Little Richard.
Things you might not know. 16 Oct. 1. 1951: Jump-blues singer Richard Penniman, already going by the stage name Little Richard, makes his first recordings at Atlanta radio station WGST, though it would take four years and a move to clubs in New Orleans' French Quarter to turn him into a Rock And Roll phenomenon. 2. 1954: Elvis Presley, still stinging from his rejection at the Grand Old Opry in Nashville, joins the Shreveport, LA radio broadcast Louisiana Hayride , appearing weekly for the grand sum of eighteen dollars. The show, broadcast on local station KWKH-AM, represents Presley's first major musical exposure and would prove invaluable to getting him noticed nationally. 3. 1986: Chuck Berry is the center of an all-star "60th birthday" bash in his hometown of St. Louis, a tribute concert -- held three days before his actual 60th -- where the legendary rocker is joined by Keith Richards, Bruce Springsteen, Eric Clapton, Etta James, Robert Cray, Linda Ronstadt, and many others on stage at the local Fox T ...
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!"
Chuck Berry, Little Richard and Otis Blackwell... I bet the list goes on and on
Elvis Presley, how he invented the Bump and Grind and influenced Jackie Wilson, Chuck Berry, Little Richard & James Brow…
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  2. "Here's Little Richard!"  3. "This is Fats Domino"  4. "The Paragons Meet The Jesters"  5. "Bo Diddley"  6. "The Genius of Ray Charles"  7. "Down and Out Blues," Sonny Boy Williamson  8. "Dedicated to You," The “5” Royales  9. "At Last," Etta James  10. "Two Steps from the Blues," Bobby “Blue” Bland  11. "Live at the Apollo," James Brown  12. "Night Beat," Sam Cooke  13. "Presenting the Fabulous Ronettes featuring Veronica"  14. "Live at the Re ...
In answer to a question during a 1977 interview, when asked about who Michael Jackson admired growing up, he said: “I had those that I admired, like James Brown, a man that today doesn’t get the credit he should get from the music industry. Look what he did to music: all these funky tracks that you hear today, that’s where it came from. Sly Stone, James Brown, these are people that started funky music. They stood between the gospelly soul and the dance music. And that’s funk: Sly, James Brown, and people like that. Wilson Pickett, Otis Redding. And of course in Rock And Roll there’s Little Richard and Chuck Berry and all those guys. That’s who I would always watch. And Jackie Wilson!”
During his raucous, rollicking concert on Monday night, Ted Nugent praised the "Founding Fathers" of R&B and Soul Music, such as Little Richard and Chuck Berry. Wait, what?! "Uncle Ted" Nugent ...
It's strange to think that Chuck Berry and Little Richard have out lived all of the original Ramones. Keith Richards out lived the Ramones..
Heading to Muscle Shoals tomorrow to record with a Grammy winner, an Alabama Music Hall of Famer who's also a movie star, a Hall Of Fame songwriter who has had songs recorded by Josh Turner, Craig Morgan and Shenandoah, one of the Southeast's premiere guitarists who has performed with Neil Young, Chuck Berry and Little Richard, and one of the legendary drummers who helped shape the Muscle Shoals Sound.
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..
I was watching HBO's Rock And Roll Hall Of Fame Induction ceremony the other night, so I started counting all of the Hall Of Fame performers I have seen. In all, I have seen 27 HOF acts, including The Who, Police, the Rolling Stones, Simon and Garfunkel, Billy Joel, Rod Stewart, Ricky Nelson, Chuck Berry, Little Richard, The Beach Boys, Bob Dylan, the Four Seasons, The Everly Brothers, The Jackson 5, Crosby, Stills and Nash, Blondie, Heart and Smokey Robinson. I can't believe though that legendary singers like Bette Midler, Barbra Streisand, the Three Dog Night, Gloria Estefan, Peter, Paul & Mary, John Denver, Johnny Rivers, Johnny Mathis, Connie Francis, Chicago, Dionne Warwick, Lionel Richie, The Carpenters, Jim Croce, Helen Reddy, Kenny Rogers and Olivia Newton-John are not in the Rock Hall Of Fame. There is a heavy bias against women in the HOF.
Frankie Valli: The Voice That Defined a Generation? Well, not any generation of humans here on earth. My folks were from that generation and LOVED doo *** and Little Richard, Chuck Berry & Elvis. They HATED Frankie Valli. Because they had taste.
Caught Imus in the Morning and he was talking about a " Musical " Mount Rushmore . His Choices were Elvis, The Beatles , Carole King and Micheal Jackson. I Agree with Elvis and the Beatles. But Not with King and Jackson. If We Had A Musical Mount Rushmore it should be. . Elvis , The Beatles , Chuck Berry , and Little Richard.. your opinions?
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.
Shout out to Buddy Holly, Smokey Robinson, Little Richard, Elvis Presley, Chuck Berry, and The Everly Bros for influencing The Beatles
Most people can pick Elvis Presley, Chuck Berry and Little Richard out of a photo. How many know the Cold Crush Bros when they see them?
Alright,showing my age,just watched a blistering joint concert from 1972 at Wembley stadium on Sky Arts 1 featuring Jerry Lee Lewis,Bill Haley,Little Richard and Chuck Berry...such power,energy and talent-wow!
Relentless musical exploration going on downstairs, today Kaz is ripping through Chuck Berry stylings little Richard, the Allman brothers and zeppelin, it feels like the sixties and my ears are smiling
Nice! They wouldn't B there if not for the rock & roll pioneers: Chuck Berry, Little Richard, Jerry Lee Lewis, Pat Boone, Fats Domino
in London: Pierce Brosnan, Jennifer Saunders, Elvis Costello, and Chuck Berry & Little Richard in with the band.
One I realized immediately that I left off, Rod Stewart, and of course, *** Jagger, Ozzie Osbourne, The Boss, Jon Anderson of Yes, Joni Mitchell, Jimi Hendrix, Billy Gibbons of ZZ Top, Bob Seger, Elvis, Stevie Wonder, Steve Winwood, Lou Graham of Foreigner, B.B King, Little Richard, Eric Burden, Keith Relf of The Yardbirds, Al Stewart, Gordon Lightfoot, James Taylor, Jim Morrison, Chuck Berry, James Brown, and I'm sure there are a few more. We were *** lucky to have grown up with all these great talents, feel sorry for todays' kids who have such mediocre music and non descript artists to listen to.
Just finished watching Chuck Berry being documented. Telling his story as he revisits people & places of his past & present leading up to headlining a live concert with Eric Clapton, Keith Richards, Etta James, Robert Craig, Julian Lennon, etc, that has left me breathless. Not to mention all the notables being interviewed over their own run-ins with him. They were as frank as he had to be. Bo Diddley, Little Richard, telling it like it is with payola, white folks, greed, sex. Jerry Lee Lewis having his say. The brawls between them. The docudrama was not pretty. As edgy as the blues. Fast as rock & roll. The real & true story behind it all. At times down right embarrassing. But a testament to a man who did not seem to lose his cool over it all. Even when he hit bottom & the bottom fell out. He in fact rose above it like a Phoenix from the ashes of his BLACK FEET to display a finesse, a charming affability, a confidence, a magnetic & shimmering glow about him I have only been able to personally see in one o ...
“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.
The Clash, Bo Diddley, Chuck Berry, Bob Marley, The Ramones, Louis Jordan, Desmond Dekker, Little Richard, James Brown, Ken Boothe and even Boudleaux Bryant... The Fabulous Rootabeggars got it all going on down at The Fairview this coming Friday night! You may even hear the odd Roots Roundup tune!
# This is RS magazine's list of the 20 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. # 1 ...
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 ...
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 ...
~ 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 ...
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 ...
Muhammad Ali, Micheal Jordan, Tiger Woods, Kanye West, Mike Tyson, Micheal Jackson, Floyd Mayweather, Little Richard, Terrell Owens, Kobe Bryant, Randy Moss, Chuck Berry, now Richard Sherman and the list goes on. How great do you have to be before it's ok to act like it?
Lately I can't get enough of Chuck Berry, Little Richard, & Eddie Cochran.
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 ...
No they're not. Try Chuck Berry, Buddy Holly, Beatles, Elvis, Little Richard, The Who, All far more influential than Hendrix
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 ...
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Little Richard ,Chuck Berry ,& Jerry Lee Lewis & their music do liven up our lives ! All right the 20th has its good points !
Hi if possible, would you prefer to have sex with Elvis, Chuck Berry or Little Richard?
in defense of the decade: Elvis, Chuck Berry, Buddy Holly, Little Richard, Jerry Lee Lewis, Ray Charles, Fats Domino
ON THIS DAY IN ROCK 'N' ROLL HISTORY! Mister Rock And Roll, the story of legendary Rock promoter and DJ Alan Freed, premieres. The film has appearances by Chuck Berry and Little Richard. 1957 1960's The Beatles "Eleanor Rigby" peaks at Meanwhile, Jimi Hendrix flies to London to become a Rock star. 1966 1970's The first Elvis Presley convention is held in Memphis. It comes a month after Presley's death. 1977 Fleetwood Mac`s "Don`t Stop" peaks at However, an Arkansas fan, Bill Clinton, revives the song using as his presidential campaign theme song in '92. 1977 1980's ZZ Top’s "Eliminator," containing "Legs" and "Sharp Dressed Man," goes platinum. The album stays on the chart for over three years. 1983 "Tell Her About It" tops the U.S. pop chart. The Billy Joel track is from his "Innocent Man" LP. 1983 1990's “Nevermind,” Nirvana’s second studio release, arrives with little fanfare. The album debuts at on the Billboard 200 chart and doesn’t kick in gear until "Smells Like Teen Spirit" becomes a h . ...
Today In Rock N Roll History Sept 24th 1942: Bandleader Glenn Miller makes his last radio broadcast on CBS' Moonlight Serenade program before leaving to enlist in the Army. 1955: Judy Garland makes her television debut on CBS' variety show Ford Star Jubilee, breaking all previous ratings records. 1957: Legendary DJ Alan Freed debuts his fourth movie, Mister Rock And Roll, at New York City's Paramount Theatre. The film, named after Freed's nickname, features Alan playing himself and also several musical performances by Little Richard, Chuck Berry, Frankie Lymon and the Teenagers, Brook Benton, LaVern Baker, Ferlin Husky, Lionel Hampton, and, for some reason, former middleweight boxing champion Rocky Graziano. 1971: The Jackson 5 appear on the cover of Life magazine, with the headline "Rock Stars At Home With Their Parents." 1977: Just a month or so after his untimely death, the first national Elvis Presley convention takes place in Memphis. 1988: After allegedly breaking into an insurance class being held ...
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 ...
With a few exceptions (Chuck Berry, Little Richard, early Elvis etc) pop music before 1962 was really awful. All changed with 'Love Me Do'
Little Richard just announced his retirement, after 60 years of rock & roll. (Chuck Berry is still rockin at 86.)
Buddy Holly, Little Richard, Chuck Berry, Simon and Garfunkel, Canned Heat, Janis, and Billy Joel just to name a few
*LET'S GET REAL* I am not confused but AMAZED. The AFRICAN DIASPORA SPANS the Globe from Africa as far EAST as India and as far West as Brazil and the TOTAL CARIBBEAN.Even out to the Pacific Islands (although that is still being debated DESPITE FORENSIC SCIENCE...I'm not having that argument). I grew up in the 70's, when "black" was relative and AFROCENTRIC was more apropos... I grew up listening to ALL DIASPORAL MUSIC...Reggae, Salsa, Mambo (The word "mambo" means "conversation with the gods" in Kikongo, the language spoken by Central African slaves taken to Cuba for those who do not know)... Samba (Brazilian dance and musical genre originating in Bahia, Brazil, and with its roots in Rio de Janeiro and Africa via the West African slave trade and African religious traditions)... Soka (the fusing of calypso and elements of Indo-Caribbean music) then of course Calypso; as well as Soul, Jazz, Blues, Rock & Roll (ya'll forgot who founded that genre didn't you - Chuck Berry, Ike Turner, Little Richard etc...lm ...
Man I was just thinking about all the great musicians and their addictions. Charlie Wilson - Crack R.Kelly - little girls Michael Jackson- little boys Little Richard - men Chuck Berry - white women James Brown - drugs/power over women Prince- Beautiful women Did I miss anyone?
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.
Watching “kings of rock n roll” on TV… Elvis Presley, Little Richard, Chuck Berry, The Beatles… What an era in music. Incredible.
Without Chuck Berry, Little Richard, and especially Ike Turner & The Kings Of Rhythm, there would have been NO Rock And Roll. THUMBS UP if you agree that nobody had a backbeat "groove" in the mid-late 50's like Chuck Berry.
"James Brown, Ray Charles, Jackie Wilson, Chuck Berry and Little Richard - I think they had strong influences on a...
Lemmy shows that you can play loud distorted rock and still have the largest respect for guys like Chuck Berry, Little Richard, Buddy Holly:
Little Richard, Chuck Berry, Jerry Lee Lewis, n the Big Bopper are some of my favorite oldies singers.
A little bit of history for those of us who remember...who lived thru it...who bought.who changed things. In today's selection - the Rock And Roll revolution rode in on the rails of technology. Disapproving parents in the 1950s might have been in control of the family record player, but they couldn't control a brand new marvel of technology, the portable transistor radio, which enterprising manufacturers would sell to the newly prosperous postwar teens for $1 down and $1 a month. Portable record players were not far behind. In fact, the average teen had almost as much disposable income as entire families had had only fifteen years earlier: "[Elvis] Presley's [career] timing was nearly perfect. The [Rock And Roll] crossover, led by Bill Haley, Chuck Berry, and Little Richard, was in full force. Parents might disapprove of the beat and of their children listening to what they knew was black music. But their disapproval only added to Presley's popularity and made him more of a hero among the young. Local min ...
Big Joe Turner, Chuck Berry and Little Richard beg to differ.
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 ...
people pull up listening to 2 chainz im bumpin to Tracey Chapman, Little Richard, Paul Williams, Chuck Berry, Roger Daltrey.. makes 0 sense
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?
Got me some Chuck Berry, Bob Dylan, Ella Fitzgerald, and Little Richard cd's along with Glen Hansard, The Fray, and Noah and the Whale.
February 17, 1801…The U.S. House of Representatives broke an electoral tie between Thomas Jefferson and Aaron Burr by naming Jefferson president and Burr as his vice president.1817…In Baltimore, Maryland, the first gaslit streetlights went into service.1878…In San Francisco, the first big city telephone exchange opened with only 18 phones.1933…The first issue of Newsweek magazine was published.1934…In State College, Pennsylvania, America's first high school automobile driver's education course was introduced.1947…The Voice of America began aiming broadcasts at the Soviet Union.1955…At the urging of R&B singer Lloyd Price, Little Richard sent his first audition tape to Specialty Records. Richard was signed to a Specialty contract that paid him a half cent for every record sold.1958…The comic strip "BC" first appeared in newspapers.1959…In Chicago, Chuck Berry recorded his compositions "Almost Grown" and "Back In The U.S.A," with background vocals by Etta James and the New Moonglows. The N ...
Babys Barrelhouse playlist 16.02.13 DJ DOUBLE DENIM ALABAMA 3 – woke up this morning Caro emerald – back it up Eddie Cochran – three steps to heaven Imelda may – johnny got a boom boom Wanda Jackson – funnel of love Duane eddy – rebel rouser Stray cats – fishnet stockings DJ ROCKIN REBEL Thin Lizzy – boys r back Chuck Berry – You never can tell Hanoi Rocks – Up around the bend Great White – Once bitten Gaslight Anthem – 59 sound American hi-fi – art of losing Joe Clay – Duck tail Bill Haley - See you later DJ DOUBLE DENIM Bobby fuller four – I fought the law Buddy Holly – thatll be the day Del Shannon – runaway Ernie k doe – here come the girls Caro emerald – a night like this Brenda Lee – dum dum Johnny kidd and the pirates – shakin all over Jimmy Cliff – you can get it George baker selection – little green bag Milk – every time we fight Frankie Lymon – why do fools fall in love Connie Francis –stupid cupid Little Richard – girl cant help it Kenny rog ...
It's black history month. Someone should do a tribute to all the black rockers in history. Sure. poets, politicians, freedom fighters, literary giants, inventors, scientists, doctors, etc. are VERY important to highlight. but what about the rockers? The ones who DARED to claim their spot by crossing over into the rock world? (they never crossed over. if you ask me) Got any history making favorites other than the obvious: Jimi Hendrix, Bob Marley, Prince, Living Colour, Slash, Lenny Kravitz, Phil Lynot, Tina Turner, Chuck Berry, Little Richard, George Clinton & Parliament Funkadelic, Ben Harper, Bad Brains. (it's Monday & my brain hasn't woke up yet.)
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'm dumbfounded that Jerry Lee Lewis, Little Richard and Chuck Berry are all still alive.
CARMA, Inc. (Chicks Advocating Regional Music and Artists) is answering a call for help from a local Spartanburg legend, Joe Bennett, of “Joe Bennett and the Sparkletones” fame. We are putting together a 50s-60s Rockabilly show and auction to benefit and honor Joe Bennett. We hope to host the show in late February or in March.JOE’S HISTORY: From Cowpens High School in South Carolina, where the Sparkletones first formed in 1956, to Spartanburg Memorial Auditorium where they were discovered by a CBS talent scout, to New York City and a record deal with ABC/Paramount, to the Ed Sullivan and Nat King Cole Shows, American Bandstand, and criss-crossing the U.S. in an old DeSoto playing nightly on the 1950’s Rock And Roll circuit with Little Richard, Chuck Berry, and others even including Elvis; the boys (then 14-17 years old) had achieved national recognition and had several Billboard chart singles including Joe’s, “Black Slacks”, and “Bobby Socks and Penny Loafers”. DIAGNOSIS: Most recently, ...
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
So yeah, there you go. Little Richard, Chuck Berry, Phil and Don Everly. Taught the Beatles, the Stones, and the Who a lot.
Courses We Love: The History of Rock with John Cooper We were just the spokesmen for a generation" A social history of Rock And Roll, from it's origination in the Blues, through the Rhythm and Blues of the 50's, into the era of Little Richard, Chuck Berry, and Elvis. From the British invasion to Heavy Metal, rap, and even Dylan and other poets like him that couldn't sing either. We've got it covered. You will listen to it, you will read about it, you will watch it happen on videos (no BeeGees or Tony Orlando)...we will connect it to the times.and what turbulent times they were. If you are interested in what happened culturally in this country between 1950 and today, you need not look any farther than this course. For "the music of the people", ROCK, accurately reflects the varying peaks and valleys of much of the events of the past half century.
Rock And Roll was, apparently, dead by the end of the '60s. So much so that legendary performers like John Lennon, Alice Cooper, The Doors, Chuck Berry, and Little Richard needed a special benefit concert to boost its fortunes. Enter "Rock And Roll Revival," a special one-day concert held at...
She graduated '57 so had all the greats: Bill Haley, Chuck Berry, Little Richard...(not allowed Elvis)
I guess you can make an argument for Little Richard, Elvis, Bill Haley, but you can't go wrong with Chuck Berry
Riot is underway right now, two back to back episodes online at and for the Wasaga Beach and area locals, tonight at 11, Little Richard, Chuck Berry, Brian Setzer and plenty more on 97.7 the Beach.
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?
Happy December 5th! Here's what happened on this day in history: 1956: Alan Freed's film Rock Rock Rock, starring Chuck Berry, the Flamingos, Frankie Lymon, LaVern Baker, and Johnny Burnette, is released. 1960: Etta James reaches Number 34 with "My Dearest Darling." 1964: The Zombies reach Number Four with “She's Not There,” which will move into the Number Two spot the next week. 1968: Graham Nash quits the Hollies. He announces the formation of Crosby, Stills and Nash three days later. 1992: Ice Cube is at Number One with The Predator. Born: Little Richard, 1932; J.J. Cale, 1938; Jim Messina of Loggins and Messina, 1947; Johnny Rzeznik of the Goo Goo Dolls, 1965
I saw Little Richard & Chuck Berry in Wembley in 1995. LR was on fire, Berry didn't care that much.
sigh. I'll YouTube it lol. Im in to Little Richard, Chuck Berry, recently. And Jimi's blues songs
Rhythm and Blues Revue: Back in 1955, R&B was already Rock And Roll. Little Richard, Chuck Berry and other artis...
Chuck Berry is like Little Richard for cowards
FREE ADMISSION! Tickets: King Blues Club Event Page: Paris has toured nationally and internationally with an impressive list of artists that includes Bo Diddley, Johnny Winter, Chris Spedding, Johnnie Johnson, and former Rolling Stone *** Taylor. He's also backed Chuck Berry, John Lee Hooker, Phoebe Snow, Hubert Sumlin, Rudy Ray Moore, the Uptown Horns, and Elvin Bishop, to name just a few. All the while Paris has maintained his own New York City-based rock and blues band. The group performs regularly at B.B. King Blues Club and at clubs, casinos, and concerts across the country. Paris has headlined in Norway, Sweden, Israel, and South Africa. He's opened concerts for Little Richard, Buddy Guy, Etta James, *** Dale, George Thorogood, Brian Setzer, Joan Jett, Southside Johnny, Jonny Lang, and more. His recording credits include sessions with Bob Dylan, Johnny Winter, Edgar Winter, Jimmy Cliff, Peter Tosh, Ron Wood, and John Hiatt. For years, he was also an often-featured guest with Les Paul, the electric . ...
On this day, 1995, Legendary manager of Led Zeppelin Peter Grant died from a heart attack aged 60. Known as being one of the shrewdest and most ruthless managers in rock history, Grant secured 90% of concert gate money and intimidated record store owners who dealt in bootlegs. The former wrestler, also worked as a film extra and bodyguard. During the early 60’s Grant worked as a tour manager for Bo Diddley, The Everly Brothers, Little Richard, Chuck Berry, Eddie Cochran, Gene Vincent and The Animals.
People get angry with me when I say what I see .. like Die Antwoord is that only white people can really make money from black or so-called coloured culture or creations ... (1) Afrikaans created by Khoi, San, Slaves & Basters and is not the language of the Afrikaners who stole it to create a nation ... imagine how much money that theft created (2) Afrikaaps en Rymeklets performed by Prophets of Da City globally, yet Die Antwoord made more money even though he does not really speak Afrikaans nor is a gang member to get those chappies (4) Johnny Clegg sings in Zulu and makes millions from Zulu music, yet is not Zulu (He is an amazing artist though, but why cant Zulu Artists sell directly to whites without him. (4) It took Paul Simon for the world to get to hear Ladysmith Black Mambazo (5) Rock n Roll created by black people and their king is Elvis ours is Chuck Berry and Little Richard (6) Rap created by black people and the biggest selling artist ever is Eminem (7) surfing was a central part of ancient Po ...
Putting together my music list. Not only is white music not appealing to me, but where are my future soul brothers. There was a time where Jackie Wilson, Tony Williams (Platters), Bobby Womack, Marvin Gaye, Barry White, Chuck Berry and Little Richard ruled music. in a great way!
I'd love to meet Little Richard, Jerry Lee Lewis and Chuck Berry..the last surviving ORIGINAL Rockers
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.
"Elvis, Little Richard, Chuck Berry, Gene Vincent: all seemed to speak directly to adolescents in a code that only they could understand"
There should be a Mount Rushmore equivalent for Chuck Berry, Little Richard, Elvis Presley, Johnny Cash and Jerry Lee Lewis.
A big Happy Birthday to my oldest brother, Lester! When I was growing up he bought me my first bicycle and lots of other cool things. He also turned me on to rock'n'roll (Elvis, Little Richard, Chuck Berry, Gene Vincent...)!
This flavorful rockumentary traces the development of rock 'n' roll during the 1950's through an incredible compilation of film footage and performances by Chuck Berry, Chubby Checker, Bo Diddley, Little Richard, and Bill Haley and the Comets.
Random reminiscing " Sat Mornings" I was allowed as an 8 year old to play my own records as loud as I wanted ( Mom was at the Salon Dad was at work on Overtime ) Sun shinning in, just me and my records and Mom's HI FI .first single I wanna hold your hand Beatles then First Album The Partridge Family? Next Single Ain't No Mountain High Enough The Supreme's then I evolved thanks to my lunch money bully Eddie as I worked out a deal that he sold me the new stuff like CCR Born On the Bayou Led Zeppelin 1 and 2 the best of the GUESS WHO Chuck Berry and Little Richard! I was hooked! To SOUL and ROCK n ROLL more so the Blues!
Happy 83rd Bearthday to The Timeless Spirit of The Great Vocalist/Master Blues Composer, Nappy Brown! ... Let me tell ya' a lil' short story 'bout Nappy Brown. Born Napoleon Culp, He took on His Father's surname, Brown. He had a deep raw voice and a powerful delivery derived from gospel and o... He could write some songs... even 'bout a pencil fallin' on the floor. ... Jackie Wilson Said, "Ol' Nappy *** near wrote a song every day!" ... He was a Blues recording artist for Savoy Records. He traveled and played almost everyday of His career (why a lot of folks never got to know of Him, outside the music industry.) ... with folks like Jackie Wilson, Billy Ward & The Dominoes, Chuck Berry, James Brown & The Famous Flames, Ray Charles, Muddy Waters, Little Walter, Howlin' Wolf, Little Richard, Screamin' Jay Hawkins, Eddie "Cleanhead" Vinson, and "T-Bone" Walker. He used to often tell Howlin' Wolf and Ray Charles in the studio, "When you hit that stage with this song... You got ta' "put it on 'em!" "Make 'em ...
(I was almost not going to Post this,since I hate Award Ceremonies and Hall Of Fame talk about who should be in or not,I found these Nominations more interesting and perhaps to my liking.good to see 3 Heavy Metal acts on here if you include Heart,I do,and they were on That Metal Show last week.most people don't know Kraftwerk started out Prog Rock,and I'm delighted to see them on this List.its nice to see Procul Harum up here,along with Paul Butterfield.I'm surprised The Meters never made it here sooner though.I don't care for Rap artists being on here despite that I know Rock And Roll is all Encompassing to all Genres.but Rock And Roll to me and most Historians is Little Richard,Elvis,Chuck Berry,Jerry Lee Lewis,you get the point.maybe I wouldn't be so bitter had Ghetto Clown Grandmaster Flash wasn't so rude at 2006's Hall Of Fame to people seeking Photos With.be grateful to be a part of history.obtained a pic with him by chance last year though by chance.not friendly,but posed.I'm a massive Public Enemy ...
Whiskey Howl, Bo Diddley, Chicago, Junior Walker and the All Stars, Tony Joe White, Alice Cooper, Chuck Berry, Cat Mother and the All Night News Boys, Jerry Lee Lewis, Gene Vincent, Little Richard, Doug Kershaw, The Doors and John Lennon and The Plastic Ono Band. September 13, 1969 A great concert and then off to the Bod Pod in Yorkville afterwards. Was it Satan's Choice or the Vagabonds that escorted Jim Morrison to the stage?
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 ...
Ever think of something ironic? How many rock stars have died over the years, how is it that pioneers like Little Richard, Jerry Lee Lewis, Fats Domino and Chuck Berry are still alive?
Man, isn't it time for 50's R&R to make another comeback? Where are you Little Richard, Buddy Holly, Gene Vince ...
"Hail! Hail! Rock 'n' Roll is a 1987 documentary film directed by Taylor Hackford that chronicles two 1986 concerts celebrating Rock And Roll musician Chuck Berry's 60th birthday. A soundtrack album was released in October 1987 on the MCA label. The two concerts were held on October 16, 1986, at the Fox Theatre in St. Louis; among the artists performing with Berry were Eric Clapton, Robert Cray, Etta James, Johnnie Johnson, Steve Jordan, Bobby Keys, Julian Lennon, Keith Richards, Linda Ronstadt and Joey Spampinato. Along with concert footage, the film also features scenes from the rehearsals for the shows, interviews with Berry and members of his family, and "talking-head"-type appearances from a number of musicians, including Bo Diddley, The Everly Brothers, John Lennon (archival footage), Jerry Lee Lewis, Roy Orbison, Little Richard and Bruce Springsteen."
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
You can't make real rock music in any shape or form without being deeply conscious of David Bowie. He's as essential as Chuck Berry & Little Richard.
I suppose there could be people who don't dig Chuck Berry or Little Richard, but I refuse to consciously admit they exist.
Little Richard and Chuck Berry. That would be awesome.
Off to Cleveland & Rock And Roll Hall Of Fame. Will have Chuck Berry & Little Richard as appropriate driving music
Hi facerockers..., you know what you get when you blend up Elvis, Led Zeppelin, Dylan, The Beatles, Freddy Mercury, Little Richard and Chuck Berry? Jack White I say! Check out "I'M SHAKIN". There ain't to many guys out there bleedin it out like this boy, a bizaar groover... can't get enuff of this playa. Anyways., off to enjoy this magnificent, smikin HOT S. Fla. weekend to the absolute fullest ..."HOTCHA"!!
Caldonia! Maybe he did, but he had some help from Little Richard, Ike Turner, Chuck Berry and Carl Perkins.
for today's guest: did Little Richard or Chuck Berry ever appear on American Bandstand?
Had a dream that I was in a movie theater with Chuck Berry, Screamin Jay Hawkins, Esquerita and Little Richard. They were arguing about stuff and we were about to watch Django Unchained.
Chuck Berry, Little Richard AND Bo Diddley? This is even crazier than the last one!
Joe Strummer has played it. Little Richard too. Oh yeah and Chuck Berry and Jerry Lee Lewis. Wanda Jackson!!! So...
Just dug through a couple of boxes of 45's down at classics, came out with two Freddy King , a Harmonica Fats and a Lightning Hopkins, amongst a handful of Little Richard and Chuck Berry singles. Thanks Cory for the score.
Loving today's revision playlist. Lots of Chuck Berry, Fats, Little Richard, Jerry Lewis, Eddie Cochran and James Brown!
I heard of him. But talk to me about Elvis, about Bill Haley & the Comets; about Little Richard and Chuck Berry!
Received one of my Amazon purchases today which includes the following albums: "Here's Little Richard" (I unknowingly bought the newly remastered release which literally came out last week), Chuck Berry's "The Great Twenty-Eight", James Brown's "Live at the Apollo" and "In the Jungle Groove", Van Morrison's "Astral Weeks", Robert Johnson's "The Complete Recordings" box set, Marvin Gaye's "What's Going On", and Stevie Wonder's three masterpieces "Talking Book", "Innervisions", and "Songs in the Key of Life". I'm expecting some more stuff this weekend. My music collection has just expanded quite a bit.
it isn't all Chuck Berry. Jerry Lee Lewis, No Diddley, Sam Cooke & Little Richard have all been played
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!"
This is my old boss in the middle Little Richard, The king of rock & roll, The man who got me started in the music business. To the left of him is Chuck Berry and to the right of him is Bo Diddley.
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
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 ...
they love rock n roll but cant tell me who Alan Freed, Little Richard, Chuck Berry, Bill Haley, Carl Perkins etc.. are lol
Back then, I, most rockers loved Chuck Berry, Little Richard, Jerry Lee Lewis... you know in the '60s.
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