The heavy sounds of Gary U.S. Bonds and Freddy Cannon helped Rock & Roll bridge the gap from the ’50s to the British Invasion
J&M Studios will live on as Rock and Roll Hall of Fame landmark
In this Q&A, Darlene Perez, a model and Priscilla Presley tribute artist, discusses attending Elvis Week in Memphis last month as well as other Elvis-related topics.
Pat Boone singing songs by Fats Domino or Little Richard. Georgia Gibbs copying records by LaVern Baker.
Is there any musical crime more horrible or more likely to unite fans of ’50s music and vintage rock and roll? The very thought of those pale, soulless, watered-down versions of original black music is enough to trigger frothing at the mouth and some familiar rants by ’50s record collectors.
Sir Paul McCartney is named an ultimate legend, The Naked Cowboy and M&M make nice and Hall & Oates sue over ‘Maneater.’