Marty Robbins, Conway Twitty and Patsy Cline should be included in the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame
From the first guitar blast of “Tallahassee Lassie” in 1959, Freddy “Boom Boom” Cannon served notice he was a true rock and roller, releasing one big blast from Boston after another.
The heavy sounds of Gary U.S. Bonds and Freddy Cannon helped Rock & Roll bridge the gap from the ’50s to the British Invasion
Johnny Rivers gave Rock & Roll’s best oldies new life and introduced the world to the songwriting genius of Jimmy Webb in a long, hit-filled career
New album is a salute to such great Chess Records artists as Chuck Berry, Bo Diddley and others
Two-disc collection will coincide with the March 29th DVD release of the fourth season of the AMC series “Mad Men”
The last film done on Elvis Presley during his lifetime, “Elvis On Tour” is an electrifying document of Elvis onstage during the early ‘70s. Jerry Schilling was there to witness it all.
As an original founding member of The Beach Boys, guitarist David Marks’ influence was very important. Here is what influenced him
With 71-track “Have Mercy,” Hip-O completes its trilogy of four-CD boxes commemorating rock pioneer Charles Edward Anderson Berry’s career at the legendary Chess Records.
Bluesman Furry Lewis should’ve been busting his buttons that two artists who hit it big in the 1950s thought enough of his early work to, um, “sample” it.