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Page Updated January 1, 2017

  • FYI: Hank Mizell was born this month (Nov. 9th)

  • We were informed that Gladys (Eddie Bond's wife) passed away Oct.25, 2016. Nice lady. R.I.P.

  • Sam Phillips Biopic planned

  • Scotty Moore's Raucous Licks

  • Fifth Grader and Memphis Music

  • Founder of Chess Records dies

  • How Chuck Berry Became ...

  • New Chuck Berry album

  • Ronnie Haig's page, new info added

  • RE: Johnny Cash Book

  • This article is probably the first we'll be seeing as Chuck Berry's 90th draws near

  • Chuck Berry's red Cadillac now in museum

  • One of many items related to Buddy Holly's upcoming (would be) 80th birthday

  • A look back at WLAC, Nashville

  • What Jerry Lee has planned later this month (Sept., 2016)

  • Another good article on Sister Rosetta Tharpe

  • Sonny West inducted in Lubbock

  • Lansing's first rock band, The Blue Echoes

  • RE: Sonny Burgess

  • Sherry Holley on Uncle Buddy

  • Looking back: Joe Bennett's passing last year and info on his career. -- Joe also wrote a Column for the RHOF.

  • James Burton's Bio

  • Buddy Holly: not everything you hear is true

  • Johnny Burnette's Rock N Roll Trio

  • How the Stray Cats learned to Strut

  • Eddie Cochran UK statue planned

  • Buddy Holly Hall planned for 2019

  • Featuring Canada's first rock DJ: Red Robinson

  • About: Buddy Knox

  • James Kirkland inducted into Texas Country Music Hall of Fame

  • NEWS ITEM: Posted 8/20/2016 - The Delta Cultural Center at 141 Cherry Street in Helena, AK will be sponsoring a reception on Tuesday, August 30 from 5:30 - 7 p.m. to announce the opening of a new exhibit in the Delta Sounds room that features items from the collection of Skeet Seaton. The museum and the reception are free and open to the public. Come help Skeet's family and friends celebrate this event.

  • Johnny Cash reads the New Testament

  • Johnny Cash poems book

  • How Sam Phillips invented ...

  • RE: Sharon Sheeley

  • Graceland Upgrade

  • Johnny Cash to be honored at R&R Hall of Fame

  • Brian Setzer update

  • Little Richard's 5-LP box set

  • We've learned that Sleepy LaBeef (who turned 81 July 19th) has fractured his spine after a fall a week or so ago and is unable to travel and perform. Posted here 7/29/16

  • Wanda Jackson health and music update

  • Keith Richards on Scotty Moore

  • A short current article on Jason D. Williams

  • Message Board Updated 7/27/16 (RE: Billy Poore R.I.P.)

  • Frankie Jean Terrell, Jerry Lee's sister dies

  • About: Vintage Rock magazine

  • About: Johnny Cash Downtown Nashville Museum

  • Like Sister Rosetta Tharpe, use your gift for God

  • Everly Brothers Book (in French)

  • July, 2016: Sonny Burgess, a longtime member of Sonny Burgess and the Pacers, is pulling up stakes in his longtime hometown of Newport to move in with his son in Little Rock, Ark.

  • Featuring Josh Christina

  • Solving the mystery of "Heartbreak Hotel"

  • "Buddy Holly Hall of Performing Arts" coming

  • Johnny Cash Farm/Museum

  • Chuck Berry pianist Johnnie Johnson is to be granted a posthumous Congressional Gold Medal for his service in US Marine Corps . The Chuck Berry collaborator, who died in 2005, was one of the first African-Americans to join the US Marine Corps in 1942. He trained at Camp Montford Point in North Carolina during the era in which the US army remained segregated. Over 24,000 troops trained at Montford Point until its closure in 1949, when the army was desegregated. Since 2012, over 700 of those have been decorated. Johnson was a member of Bobby Troup’s jazz orchestra during his time in the Marines. When his service ended he worked with Muddy Waters and Little Walter.

  • "Sugartime" Book, Charlie Phillips


  • Gene Vincent Artwork, circa 1956, submitted by Terry Wilson - (terry58@lycos.com)

    Current and recent web pages that contain the word "rockabilly". Info on artists, groups, shows, merchandise, etc. You'll never know what you'll find - updated frequently

  • Jerry Lee's yard sale

  • Danny Cedrone's RATC solo

  • Chuck Berry Display at the St. Louis National Blues Museum

  • Little Richard's to be moved

  • 2 killed at rockabilly festival

  • Over 1600 photos taken at Sun Studio

  • Eddie Cochran's Rehearsal Space

  • Holly/Crickets book

  • Billy Harlan EP

  • Matt Lucas update, May 11, 2016

  • Travis LeDoyt featured

  • https://www.facebook.com/EddieCochranWeekend/

  • Alan Freed ashes find a new home

  • Last pictures of Buddy Holly

  • Linda Gail Lewis featured

  • Little Richard denies claims of poor health

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  • Archived Sam Phillips interview

  • RE: Bill Kirchen

  • First Elvis Tupelo show

  • More info on Jerry Lee's box set

  • Tennessee Three CD

  • "Great Balls of Fire" co-writer dies

  • Bob Luman Highway dedication


    Merle with RHOF hat
  • Merle Haggard dies

  • National Blues Museum opens

  • Eddie's car cash

  • Lee Rocker featured

  • Rock Hall upgrade

  • Of interest to Mack Vickery fans

  • RE: Sam Phillips

    Links that are a little off to the side but still interesting...
  • Article on Tom Ingram

  • Dave Alvin ("Blasters") featured

  • Video: Chuck Berry's Greatest posted March 12, 2016

  • Video: Little Richard's Greatest, posted March 12, 2016

  • Eric Clapton and Carl Perkins Jam

  • Keeping up with the Nelson Twins

  • Beatles scholar sheds light on the band's 1950s influences

  • Arkansas Gov Donates $100k towards Johnny Cash Home Restoration

  • Ronnie Haig's page updated

  • Cherry Divine CD review

  • Remembering radio legend John Rook

  • Bobby Cochran's bond with Uncle Eddie

  • The godmother of rock 'n' roll? Sister Rosetta Tharpe featured

  • Elvis' Doctor dies - Wikipedia on "Dr. Nick"

  • Sonny James R.I.P. Had a hit with Ric Cartey's "Young Love."

  • Memphis: Revisit

  • Jimmy Spellman now has a Face Book page

  • New book chronicles Rock 'n' Roll Highway

  • Little Richard Band Album Released

  • Albert Lee featured

  • Something of interest for Ricky Nelson fans?

  • Gene Vincent, 1956-1959 1 hour video

  • Tarantula Species named after Johnny Cash

  • RE: W.S. Holland and other Jackson TN early rockers

  • Marco Di Maggio Newsletter (converted from an e-mail to basic text)

  • DJ Del Villarreal featured

  • "Million Dollar Quartet" television series to shoot in Memphis

  • Johnny Cash Folsom Statue

  • Update: Still going strong, The Million Dollar Quartet Show - with new cast members

  • Dominique Anglares' Face Book page offers some great posts about the early country/rockabilly performers.

  • Imelda and Darrel pix

  • Video: Carl Perkins Inducted Into The Hollywood Rock Walk

  • 30th Anniversary of the 1986 Rock & Roll Hall of Fame Inductions

  • One of the most active rockabilly legends on Face Book is Dickie Harrell, Gene Vincent's Blue Caps original drummer. Why not visit his page and post a "hi".

  • Gretsch exhibit opens at Country Music Hall of Fame

  • Linda Gail Lewis update

  • Jimmy Dell returns home

  • Buddy Holly, 15 things, Part 1 - Part 2

  • Sam Phillips featured

  • Johnny Cash, 15 things, Part 1 - Part 2

  • 60 CD Elvis Box Set

  • Wanda Jackson Makes a Mean Bologna Sandwich

  • Tom Jones / Jerry Lee article link

  • New Sam Phillips Book

  • Ricky Nelson, 15 things, Part 1 - Part 2

  • Joe Mauldin: Bass player and songwriter best known as one of the Crickets who wrote several songs

  • Wayne 'the Train' Hancock is in no rush to release new work

  • Johnny Cash's Personal Relationships Immortalized in Son's New Book

  • Boyhood home houses Johnny Cash mementos

  • Larry Collins returns to Nashville with fingers still flying

  • US rejects second look at Buddy Holly crash investigation

  • Definitive Little Richard Box Set Getting Release From Specialty Records

  • Do a search for: Rosie Flores is an ambassador of 'Ameripolitan'

  • 'Orion: The Man Who Would Be King'

  • Ponderosa Stomp reveals 2015 lineup

  • Vintage style invades Vegas for rockabilly fest

  • Johnny Cash's American Recordings Albums to be Reissued in Vinyl Box Set

  • "Blackboard Jungle" featured

  • Inside Sun 1958

  • Rant 'N' Roll: Jerry Lee Lewis will live forever

  • NTSB reportedly considers re-opening probe of Buddy Holly plane crash

  • Fond Memories of their late father

  • Sun Studio featured

  • WS Holland Inks Distribution Deal

  • Bernie Early interview

  • Scotty Moore's '52 Telecaster

  • Little Richard inducted into Blues Hall of Fame

  • Bill Black: 465 Alabama Ave.

  • Johnny Cash in High School

  • Our View: Joe B. Mauldin's talent was part of the Crickets' musical success

  • Nashville's Johnny Cash Museum plans birthday bash

  • Johnny Cash's Love Letter to June Carter Cash is one for the ages

  • Albert Lee featured

  • Grammy Lifetime Achievement Honorees Including Chuck Berry

  • Virtual Buddy Holly to Appear in New Touring Show

  • Elvis 1956

  • Elvis' first record auctions for $300,000

  • Curtis Lee dies at 75

  • Chuck Berry Complete Recordings To Be Released As 16CD Set

  • Chuck Berry Hasn't Played His Monthly Blueberry Hill Gig Since October

  • Fans Remember Elvis' 80th

  • A Jerry Lee Lewis book review

  • Jerry Lee Lewis' '59 Harley could fetch $1 million

  • Buddy Holly songwriter Bob Montgomery dies

  • Link Wray tribute guitar

  • Kentucky Rockabilly and Rock 'N' Roll Pioneer Billy Adams Rocks in England

  • Johnny Cash's childhood memories, in his own words

  • The Killer at Rest

  • Chuck Berry: his best songs

  • Jerry Lee Lewis New York October 30th 2014 - Full Video

  • Rockabilly icon celebrates release of 14th album

  • Jerry Lee Lewis tells Rick Bragg his story

  • Brian Setzer donates Gretsch Guitar to Smithsonian

  • Happy Birthday! Glen Glenn turns 80 Friday, October 24, 2014

  • Rockabilly in Japan, Baby

  • Art Adams featured

  • Ponderosa Stomp announces 2015 dates

  • Imelda May

    interview
  • Jerry Lee / Linda Gail at the Ryman

  • Joe Clay featured

  • Chuck Berry, 87, Still Keeps Monthly Concert Schedule

  • Los Straitjacks / Deke Dickerson

  • Imelda May's joy as prime time show hits 750,000 viewers

  • Online Bidding on Buddy Holly's 1958 Ariel Cyclone Motorcycle

  • Elvis missed his true calling...

  • Jason D. Williams Talks 'Hillbillies and Holy Rollers' Album & Vaudeville Inspiration

  • Sonny Burgess recalls early days of rockabilly

  • Little Richard involved in Murfreesboro car crash

  • Country Singers to Release Buddy Holly Tribute

  • New Exhibit Opens at Johnny Cash Museum

  • Keepin' up with Wanda

  • "Rockabily Nation" on FaceBook

  • Meet Billy Lee Riley, the rockabilly rebel who was both a lover and a fighter

  • Album Review: Brian Setzer, Rockabilly Riot: All Original

  • Unreleased Recordings of Jerry Lee Lewis

  • Rock and Roll Hall of Fame to evict ashes of Alan Freed

  • Johnny Cash's former home may become a rehab centre

  • Surprise performances planned for James Burton festival

  • Elvis in the beginning ...

  • Rock & Roll Hall Of Fame To Hold Everly Brothers Tribute Concert

  • Q&A: Wanda Jackson

  • Jerry Lee Lewis Releasing New Album and Autobiography

  • Robert Gordon featured

  • Countdown Begins for Johnny Cash Music Festival

  • Rock n' Roll anniversary to be honored with concert

  • Chubby Checker Wants to Be Inducted in the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame ASAP

  • Cash Reflects on 'Long Way Home'

  • Brian Setzer: my best and worst gigs ever

  • Planned downtown Lubbock performing arts center to be named for Buddy Holly

  • The Alvin Brothers team up again after 30 years

  • Ray Campi keeps rockabilly alive

  • The 5 Step Guide To Rockabilly With Slim Jim Phantom

  • WS Holland's 60th Rockin' Anniversary

  • How Elvis Presley got paid an arm and a leg and Scotty Moore missed out

  • Lee Rocker featured

  • Pin-Up Photographer, Bunny Yeager (85) Passes

  • Buzz Cason featured

  • W.S. Holland Band interview

  • Kim Lenz featured

  • Brian Setzer to release "Rockabilly Riot: All Original" on August 12th

  • Gerald Lewis combines ministry and music

  • Brain Stimulation Makes Man A Johnny Cash Fan?

  • Cardinals honor Chuck Berry with bobble head night

  • Chuck Berry's 10 greatest songs

  • Imelda May reveals back pain horror


    The Strikes by Dominique "Imperial" ANGLARES
  • Magazine Cover
  • Article Page 1
  • Article Page 2
  • Article Page 3
  • Article Page 4

  • RHOF Message Page Updated

  • Imelda May - the rockabilly queen returns

  • Paul McCartney will headline a concert in Lubbock Saturday, June 14

  • Sioux City drummer still rockin' out at 73

  • Chuck Mead has Kansas on his mind

  • New Photos of Ricky and James

  • The Man who brought rock 'n' roll to Canada

  • New Johnny Cash Album Debuts at No. 1

  • Ace Cannon featured

  • Remembering Buddy Holly: Interview with Larry Welborn

  • Slim Jim Phantom Australian tour

  • New Marco Di Maggio CD
    Marco's RHOF page updated

  • Rock and Roll leaves an impression

  • Johnny Cash has 'four or five more' albums' worth of songs, says son

  • Dion DiMucci

  • Johnny Burnette featured

  • Courtney Cash found dead

  • Bill Black: The Combo, Hi Records and Lyn-Lou

  • Previously unreleased Johnny Cash video for "She Used to Love Me a Lot"

  • Fernwood Records

  • Terry Dahlgren played guitar in Buddy Holly's band

  • Marco Di Maggio Tour Dates

  • Imelda May at the helm of new Irish music show

  • The Place Where Elvis Played Amory's "Old Armory" Reborn

  • New Graceland exhibit gives glimpse into life of young Elvis

  • Peter Guralnick

  • Johnny Vallis featured

  • Fats Domino Turns 86

  • Rockabilly on the Route extended to four days of events

  • On Tuesday, February 18, 2014 the Ameripolitan Music Awards held in Austin, Texas honored WS Holland (drummer) with their Founders of the Sound Award recognizing his contributions to American music while keeping the beat for iconic artists Carl Perkins, Johnny Cash, and numerous others.

  • Viva Las Vegas

  • Elvis Presley postage stamp to be reissued

  • The 10 Best Female Rockabilly Singers of All Time

  • Cliff Richard is Brooklyn bound

  • Imelda May rocks up for a walk on the 'Wild' side

  • Folsom hears construction a comin' on Johnny Cash Trail

  • Scotty Moore: Interview at Sun for the BBC

  • Rosanne Cash returns to her Memphis roots on new album

  • Album Review: Sun Rock Box

  • Man's support for Imelda May is inked in

  • In-depth look at Johnny Cash boyhood home in Dyess, Arkansas

  • A Winter Dance Party report

  • Bobby Vee braves Alzheimer's to record once more

  • Barry Dixon's Photo Gallery updated

  • Viva Las Vegas 2014

  • For Eddy, the "twang's the thang"

  • Lisa Marie Presley facing major health issues

  • Update: Little Richard's boyhood home to be moved

  • James Burton / Rick Nelson featured

  • Freddie Fingers Lee R.I.P.

  • Time takes away our musical memories

  • The Best Moments of Chuck Berry's 200 Shows at Blueberry Hill, as Told By His Bandmates

  • Chuck Berry hopes for 200 more Duck Room concerts

  • Albert Lee celebrates 70th

  • Vince is Eager to please in Ripley show

  • Narvel Felts featured

  • Daughter of 1950s guitar hero tends father's legacy from a home in Carrollton

  • Elvis Tops Billboard Christmas Albums Of All Time

  • Nelson Brothers New Year's Eve gig

  • Brian Setzer now a holiday mainstay

  • Twistin' Tarantulas featured

  • Elvis fans to gather for king-size events

  • Cousin Johnny Powers ...

  • Ray Price R.I.P.

  • Johnny Cash was nervous, but ...

  • Chuck Berry is set to mark his 200th performance in the Duck Room at Blueberry Hill on Jan. 15, 2013 (St. Louis).

  • New Johnny Cash Album to be released next spring

  • Ameripoltan: Vote for your favorites

  • Joe Bihari R.I.P.

  • Intimate portraits of a Young Elvis

  • Elvis' '68 Comeback Special

  • December 4, 1956

  • Paper Clips page updated

  • Rockabilly legend, Delbert "Dell Mack" McKinnon from Crocker Missouri is making a comeback at 76-years-old at http://www.lanajefferiesmusicllc.com/music-1/ and some of you might remember that Sun Records found him, before they found Elvis.

  • Elvis items featured at Rock and Roll Hall of Fame

  • Tokyo's rockabilly scene

  • Earl Poole Ball featured

  • Little Richard: Lou Reed's Rock'n'roll Hero

  • Rosanne Cash reflects as opening of Johnny Cash boyhood home nears

  • Link Wray, rock-guitar giant, rumbles on

  • "Extra" page one updated

  • Keeping up with Wanda

  • "Winter Dance Party": John Mueller

  • Elvis Presley brand is sold to Marilyn Monroe firm

  • The Harley-Davidson Enthusiast

  • A Wanda Jackson song

  • Ronnie Hawkins featured
    Ronnie's four top tips for success

  • Maddox Brothers & Rose featured

  • Tribute to legendary rockers sounds like a million

  • Top 5 Places to Shop for Plus Size Rockabilly Clothing

  • Link Wray featured

  • Cash biography reveals the good and the bad

  • CD Review: The Reach Around Rodeo Clowns, Rockabilly Deluxe

  • Red Moore featured

  • Buddy Holly and Red Robinson The Canadian Connection

  • Esquerita

  • Is Rockabilly dead?

  • Book Excerpt - Johnny Cash: The Life

  • Elvis' house at 1034 Audubon Drive in Memphis

  • Maddox Brothers and Rose member to receive lifetime achievement award

  • Link Wray among Rock 'n' Roll Hall of Fame nominees.

  • How Ricky Nelson Helped Save Rock and Roll

  • Lisa Marie Presley reveals Elvis Presley big screen movie talks have begun

  • Australian Play: "The Sam Phillips Story"

  • Home Of The Blues Won't Be Home To National Blues Museum

  • "That's Little Richard"

  • Chuck Berry's monthly St. Louis gig

  • Elvis Birthplace one of top Rock 'n' Roll landmarks

  • Memphis places recognized among nation's most iconic attractions

  • Legendary '50s 'Rockabilly' stars Dave Rich, Bill Morgan, and Royce Morgan reunite

  • Wanda Jackson honored

  • Getting stoned with Ronnie Hawkins

  • Sun Records & the Birth of Rock 'n' Roll

  • Elvis, a soldier in Germany

  • Photo: Jerry Lee Lewis and his wife, Judith

  • National Enquirer: Johnny Cash

  • Little Richard chats

  • Rockabilly Pinterest: Fashion - Pin-Up Hair - Tattoos

  • Wild Records brings modern-day rockabilly to LA

  • "Rockabilly Hall of Fame" song by Billy Weir, RHOF Inductee #371

  • Brian Setzer's new rockabilly album

  • Kim Lenz featured

  • Lisa Marie does the Shell

  • Rockabilly Heaven updated

  • Britain's Biggest-Ever Band when they played Rave On by Buddy Holly with 2,265 fellow musicians

  • Graceland Voted Best Iconic American Attraction

  • Slim Jim featured

  • Memphis Music Hall of Fame names new class

  • Chuck Berry w/Jerry Lee?

  • The Million Dollar Quartet Memphis Press-Scimitar, Wednesday, December 5, 1956

  • The Devil in Elvis Presley

  • Ricky Nelson baby pix

  • Elvis biopic

  • Crickets back home in Lubbock to re-visit Allison home

  • Rosie Flores featured

  • Cliff Richard releases his 100th album

  • Pair of Kings: Jacko group to buy Elvis rights

  • Cashing In on a Country Icon Johnny Cash

  • UK-based publisher and distributor Music Mentor Books has recently published the fourth - and final - volume of "The Chuck Berry International Directory", compiled by world-renowned Chuck Berry collector and authority Morten Reff. This volume includes an A-Z of cover versions, over 900 Chuck Berry soundalike records, songs from movies and TV, Chuck Berry karaoke releases plus additions and amendments etc. Full details can be found HERE

  • On August 3, 2013, Gibson sponsored a party for Scotty Moore in honor of the the release of his new book and the completion and release of the first batch of 81 Limited Edition Scotty Moore ES295 tribute guitars.

  • Some photos from the Johnny Cash Museum

  • Sun Studio featured

  • Elvis to receive dedication plaque at Humes High School

  • 'Queen of Rockabilly' singer Wanda Jackson's career surges

  • Lee Rocker featured

  • Story of Sam Phillips

  • Peter Guralnick interview

  • Ben Adler

  • Message Page updated

  • Sonny Burgess: Session-O-Graphy

  • The first article about Elvis in the Memphis press

  • Rockabilly Hall of Famer Stanley Walker

  • The Farmer Boys, Bakersfield Hillbilly Bop - CD

  • Little Richard awarded

  • Sun Reissues

  • Jerry Lee, Beale Street, May, 2013

  • Elvis' favorite Tupelo swimming hole

  • Bob Neal, EP's manager

  • A recognition and reunion

  • Scotty Moore, Jammin on the USS Valley Forge

  • Scotty Moore's Face Book page

  • DJ Fontana Interview: 38 min.

  • Young Musicians Cling to Cajun, Zydeco Tradition

  • Gene Vincent featured

  • Bettie Page Style Evolution

  • Surf ranked by Rolling Stone as one of top rock venues

  • Rare images of Buddy Holly and Waylon Jennings

  • Marshall Lytle's Epiphone B-5 Bass

  • Sun Studio, Trip Advisor

  • Show Photos page updated

  • Jack Bradshaw

  • ELVIS Echoes of the past


  • Rockabilly Hallof Famer Kathy Zee has Handmade Jewelry available.

  • Rare Bettie Page pictures accused of inciting ...

  • Elvis' 8mm Home Movie Camera

  • Fond memories of Elvis Presley, arrived at Fort Hood 55 years ago for military duty

  • Hardrock R.I.P.

  • Memory of Eddie

  • Third Annual Johnny Cash Music Festival

  • Early Elvis Photos

  • 1956 Topps Elvis Presley trading cards

  • For James Dean Fans

  • Carl & Paul

  • Keeping up with the Nelsons

  • Chuck Berry - School Days (Live in Moscow, Arena Moscow, 24.02.2013)

  • 10 Times Johnny Cash Gave A Middle Finger To The World

  • Photos: Johnny Cash and Charlie Feathers show

  • On The Record: Joyce Harris - No Way Out

  • Catching Up from last year: Jerry Lee Lewis weds for 7th time

  • Elvis Presley's vacation getaway mired in lawsuit

  • Bill Harlan featured

  • Canadian-made Buddy Holly film - with last photo of music icon - nears completion

  • Chicagoans make icy annual visit to site where Buddy Holly died

  • Limited Edition Gibson Scotty Moore ES295

  • Book details rockabilly stars

  • Tony Douglas R.I.P.

  • Painting of Johnny Cash stolen

  • Rockabilly's Sparkle Moore inspired by comics

  • Sharna-mae's RHOF page

  • Documentarian still seeking Buddy Holly pics


  • One of the founding fathers of rock & roll, the incomparable Little Richard celebrates his 80th birthday tomorrow Wednesday, December 5, 2012.

  • R&R Hall of Fame names new president-CEO
    ED. NOTE: Terry Stewart, the man that is being replaced was a friend to both us and the artists. At heart Terry was a true rockabilly fan and attended many of our weekenders.

  • Scotty Moore Case Candy: Picks, Strings and Straps

  • Rare rockabilly song that the "Father of the Bakersfield Sound" Bill Woods sang while Buck Owens played lead guitar.

  • Jack Bradshaw, Hillbilly artist featured

  • Rock 'n' Roll 'n' Drag

  • Earl "Speedo" Carroll of The Cadillacs and The Coasters is dead at 75

  • OT (off topic) Pack Rats Vinyl

  • Elvis could have his day - Jan. 8 - if Congress agrees

  • Big Cash Box

  • Los Straitjackets 7-inch box set

  • Jerry Lee Lewis & the 10 Raddest Musician Arrests of All Time

  • Chuck Mead gets back

  • Review - Stray Cats: Live at Montreux 1981

  • Blog: The ART and Rock & Roll of Chuck Berry


    Rockabilly Hall of Famer
    "Skeet" Seaton Book
    Stories and photos of Skeet's playing
    days in Arkansas, Mississippi and Tennessee
    Contact Skeet for more information
    Skeets Seaton
    P.O. Box 3411
    West Helena, AR 72390
    Newspaper Article

  • Sleepy LaBeef in a Bread Truck

  • About Ron Oates

  • Barry Dixon photo page updated

  • Vic Holveck featured

  • Johnny Cash's Stepdaughter Receives Key To The City

  • Deke's Guitar Geek Festival #10, January 25-26

  • Video Tour of Sun Studio

  • Tuscaloosa News: Jerry Lee Lewis

  • Johnny Vallis featured

  • Eddie Cochran interview

  • Ricky Nelson Remembered Among Pollstar's Top Viewed

  • Songs that shaped rock 'n' roll

  • Elvis T-shirt Men's USS AZ

  • The Sun Country box

  • Rock Hall gets new president

  • "Not Fade Away" '60s film

  • Roy Orbison talks about Ricky Nelson

  • NPR: Johnny Cash's Boyhood Home Tells The Story Of A Town

  • Hand Farts ... Johnny Cash "I Walk the Line"

  • The Amazing Royal Crowns assemble for a rockabilly reunion

  • Johnny Cash - A Comprehensive Discography

  • It's Johnny Cash's house

  • So what's new in Clear Lake


    Lorrie Collins
    December 15, 2012 at the Country Music Hall of Fame Lorrie was on a discussion panel about '50s/'60s women in western USA country music.

  • Chuck Berry Biography

  • Arkansas State University announces Rockabilly Boogiefest

  • We know that Alan Freed isn't rockabilly, but you still might be interested on the page we did for him - and the special Links Page as well.

  • On Line Radio page updated

  • The "Rockabilly Filly"

  • Elvis Presley Boulevard Work Big Moment for Neighborhood

  • Chop Tops featured

  • Marshall Lytle: "I just had a very interesting phone call, from Mark Lewis, Founder & Editor Emeritus of Rock Over America Magazine. Their website is www.RockOverAmerica.com. He said that I was chosen to receive the Lifetime Music Achievement Award for Rock Music - Marshall Lytle, of Bill Haley's Comets, and two members of Credence-Clearwater Revival, Doug Clifford and Stu Cook." 11/19/2102

  • Ricky Vac featured

  • Rockabilly artists play in Yazoo City

  • Gretsch G6120 Eddie Cochran Signature Hollow Body Electric Guitar, Left Handed

  • Laura Lee Perkins, more information

  • Eddie's memorial stone is worth seeing

  • Norton Records, a National Treasure, Needs Your Help After Hurricane Sandy

  • Daughter finds late father's book about Elvis, decides to publish it

  • Norton Records' Red Hook warehouse destroyed by Sandy

  • Hurricane Sandy Damaged Rock and Roll Hall of Fame Building

  • Book: Rockin' in the Desert youtube trailer

  • Sun Studio: Traveler Reviews

  • Dominique ANGLARES offers a video and bio on Tibby Edwards

  • Rock Hall reveals rare Chuck Berry footage

  • The Big Man Behind 'Shake, Rattle And Roll'

  • Million Dollar Quartet will Rock Las Vegas in open-ended run in 2013

  • Preserving Little Richard's Home

  • Catching up with Wanda
    October 20 2012, Wanda turned 75

  • JD McPherson's "Fire Bug"

  • Elvis leads Memphis Music Hall of Fame inductees

  • "I Love You Because" Presley duet

  • Marshall Lytle's page updated

  • R-rated Jerry Lee Lewis page

  • Lee Rocker "Rockabilly Boogie" Animated Video

  • Rockabilly Radio link updated

  • The Blasters: Unsung Rockabilly Heroes

  • British studio guitarist "Big" Jim Sullivan, who played with Eddie Cochran and Gene Vincent on their ill-fated British tour died Tuesday (October 2) in Billingshurst, England at the age of 71.

  • Groovey Joe Poovey

  • Here's a teaser for the review of Janis Martin's "The Blanco Sessions" in Norwegian
    Janis Martin - The Female Elvis - was an unusually vigorous older lady. "I can not remember to have heard an elderly lady with such depth in her voice and unusual timing for rock'n'roll," reads the review of "The Blanco Sessions" in Norwegian ROCK. - Dag Bogeberg

  • Links Page updated

  • Brian Setzer's Rockabilly Riot - Seven Nights to Rock [New Release]

  • Remembering Sam Cooke

  • Dave Gonzales (Paladins) featured

  • Clear Lake artist creates pop art pieces featuring Holly, Valens, 'Bopper'

  • NPR features Janis

  • Scotty Moore included in "My First Guitar" book.

  • Wanda gets Oklahoma City award

  • Sonny Burgess and the Legendary Pacers will have book out in 2013.

  • Arlington police say local rockabilly star Rudy Mata was killed by son-in-law

  • Relocation Celebration of J.I. Allison's House

  • From Scotty Moore's webmaster, Jim Roy, Three Amigas

  • Nelson Brothers turn 45

  • FLICK ADS.
    Umpteen rockin' newspaper movie advertisements from yesteryear

  • PAPER CLIPS.
    This page has countless links to newspaper articles of '50s performers

  • Janis Martin album reviewed

  • Big D Jamboree autographed program

  • Discussing "That'll Be the Day" and the "Crickets" by Sonny Curtis.

  • Rosie Flores featured

  • Ronnie Hawkins among music legends enshrined in Walk of Fame

  • Three arrested in thefts of guitar, tools from Chuck Berry's St. Charles County retreat

  • Welsh Rockabilly Fair

  • Daddy-O Grande is making his triumphant return to the stage with Los Straitjackets this Fall, after winning his battle against Multiple Myeloma.

  • Charlie Gillett - James Burton / Rockabilly Special

  • Singer/Songwriter Joe South R.I.P., age 72
    Born Joseph Alfred Souter in Atlanta, South experienced his first taste of notoriety when he wrote novelty tune "The Purple People Eater Meets the Witch Doctor" in 1958, followed by two songs for Gene Vincent.

  • From our archives: Autographs

  • FYI: Investor group acquires Dick Clark Productions

  • In case you haven seen this: Rockabilly O's

  • Rockabilly fire marks Setzer's 'Live from the Planet'

  • Joe Brown featured

  • Elvis Presley / Nick Adams

  • Fans of Buck Owens: New biography book available. See our "That Bakersfield Sound" home page.

  • Buddy Holly's 76th Birthday Celebrated in Lubbock Sept. 7

  • Imelda May Gives Birth to Daughter

  • Sun Studio: Traveler Reviews

  • The Rambler, by John Cash

  • Leon Smith page added to RHOF

  • Keeping up with Wanda

  • A colorful mover and shaker of early rock

  • Albert Lee: Tearing It Up Blu-ray Review

  • 5 Reasons to Listen to Chuck Berry

  • Carl Perkins' son looks back on his father's career

    . . .
    The front cover and two inner pages of the extremely rare "Elvis Presly's Juke Box Favorites" song folio from November 1955. These pages belong to the first edition with white cover, not to the common second edition from mid 1956 being pink with different songs/pictures.
    - courtesy Dominique ANGLARES


  • "Be Bop A Lula" sung by John Lennon

  • Rockabilly - Worldwide Promoters & Bands Database (FaceBook)

  • Rock and Revue features Myrna Lorrie

  • Flashback: Early R'N'R Trio

  • (Cricket) J.I. Allison Home Move to Cause Lane Closures

  • Elvis Birthplace expansion

  • Pin Up and Cartoon Girls

  • Elvis co-star recalls first kiss, final disappointment

  • Johnny Cash Tribute DVD/CD Released

  • Plastic Products Record Plant. Check it out and then scroll up for the rest of the original page. (courtesy James Roy)

  • Old Forty Fives link

  • Pooch Duo Training: Bowe and Jerry Lee

  • NYC movie, pin-up collection slated for auction

  • Music Review: Booker T. & The M.G.s - Green Onions

  • Scotty Moore featured on Jimmy Page's "On This Day"

  • Carl Perkins featured

  • Memphis details plans for Elvis Presley Boulevard remake

  • Why hasn't Rockabilly come back around?

  • Meet the Swedes who love classic cars and Elvis

  • Rockabilly Rages Solid Nearly 60 Years Later


  • Sonny Burgess & Legendary Pacers in Montana

  • Nashville programs will honor Presley

  • Fender Unplugs IPO

  • The kapowder room secrets

  • Photo: Lee Rocker: Friendship key to bandmates communication

  • Skeet Seaton complete interview

  • Jerry Lee does Memphis

  • Five Tax Tips for musicians

  • Barry Dixon adds photos to his RHOF pages.

  • New Elvis Presley Recording Discovered

  • Buddy Holly Untitled Instrumental

  • Johnny Cash shrine

  • Little Richard Original 1956 & 1957 Rock & Roll Concert Posters Pt. 1

  • Jamie Grace Releases New Video for 'Come To Me,' featuring Joanne Cash, Johnny's sister

  • Holly's sneakers added to Buddy Holly Center exhibit

  • Family Ties: Johnny and Rocky Burnette

  • Don McLean's "American Pie": 20 Things You Might Not Know About The Ultimate Boomer Anthem

  • James Burton Weekend

  • Charlie Gracie "Fabulous" Special Editon PBS Trailer

  • Rockabilly Quiz

  • Chuck Berry statue

  • McCartney: Elvis / Gene Vincent

  • Rockabilly Hall of Famer, Eddie Edwards, featured in local newspaper

  • Buddy Holly Center Shop

  • Steve Jobs (Apple) visited Sun Studio

  • Joe Bennett
    Joe Bennett of The Sparkletones has been diagnosed with PTSD, Parkinsons, dementia, and anemia, which have all been linked to his exposure to Agent Orange in the Viet Nam War, where he served as an air traffic controller. The VA is not willing to put him at the level of disability he needs to be in order for him and his family to receive the care they need. Please consider reaching out to him in prayer and with a card to encourage him in this tough time. His address is: Joe Bennett, P. O. Box 373, Glendale, SC 29346 Posted June 27, 2012

  • FYI: Buddy Holly's Glasses
    Buddy's heavy black frames were synonymous with his image as a rock-and roll pioneer, but ironically the style wasn't his first choice. At the time, performers didn't wear glasses on stage so he tried contact lenses, but the technology was so new, wearing them proved to be impractical. Holly quickly became frustrated and it was then that his optometrist made a pivotal suggestion: Why not wear something distinctive? Something heavy and black. While Holly's were a simple, non-branded pair found by Armistead in Mexico City, they were almost identical to the iconic 'wayfarer' style created by Ray-Ban in 1956 - now one of the best selling sunglasses designs in history.

  • Johnny Cash's To-Do List sold for $6,400

  • Holiff film breaks attendance records

  • Elvis Sun Karaoke recorded by The Dempseys at Sun Studio. Other Rockabilly Karaoke Songs

  • Marv Weyer passed away from complications to pnemonia June 24, 2012 at Henry Ford hospital Macomb, MI.

  • Ricky Nelson: a 40-minute compilation of songs from his various TV shows

  • Elvis Presley's crypt pulled from auction block

  • Buddy Holly's Sneakers

  • Newly Discovered Paper Clip: Luther Perkins R.I.P. Monday, August 5, 1968

  • Hayride celebrates state bicentennial

  • "Love Me Tender" Used to Advance Genetic Research

  • "Short Shorts"

  • Scotty Moore featured Monday, Sept. 9, 1974

  • Jason D. Williams PR

  • Rockabilly Hall of Famer Skeet Seaton YouTube documentary

  • Graceland marks 30th year as tourist destination

  • Fats Domino featured

  • Eddie Cochran Weekend, Albert Lee, MN

  • JD McPherson

  • Presley to come alive on stage

  • June 6, 1956, Gene Vincent's recording of "Be-Bop-A-Lula" was released.

  • Herb Reed Dead: Platters Founder Dies At 83
  • Platters Story

  • 6/4/2012. Slow news today ... a 36-year-old man from Michigan named Carl Perkins was busted in Pennsylvania for having 103 lbs. of marijuana ($128,750 worth) in his vehicle.

  • Jewel In Atlanta Shooting June Carter Cash Biopic

  • www.ukessays.co.uk

  • Hank Sr., first trailer for "The Last Ride"

  • RUMORS:
    Gaylord explicitly announced today (May 31, 2012) that they are NOT selling the Opry or the Ryman

  • Million Dollar Quartet announces national casting search

  • Chuck Berry songs and words

  • Bill Allen and the Backbeats

  • "Doc" Watson dies

  • For those interested ... Lisa Marie's Release Party at Sun Studio

  • Elvis' crypt up for auction

  • Jerry Lee Lewis, in a statement from the publisher, says he is ready to say "a whole lot" about his life. He says, "People can read it, burn it, or never give it another thought. Either way the truth is about to be told, and Im the only man still standing who can touch it."

  • Show Photos Page updated

  • Blue Monday, France festival photos

  • Bobby Brooks Wilson, son of legendary singer Jackie Wilson, records

  • Hey Bo Diddley! His debut record "Bo Diddley"/"I'm A Man" (Checker 814), widely regarded as being the most influential debut single of all-time, is to be inducted into the National Recording Registry, it was announced by the Library of Congress May 23, 2012. Recorded at the Universal Recording Studio in Chicago, IL on March 2nd 1955, the Library notes that: "His first 45 rpm from Chess captures his insouciant vocals and gospel-inflected rhythms - and produced a #1 R&B hit."

  • Clyde Watson inducted into the Rockabilly Hall of Fame

  • Wintersun Festival

  • Rockabilly Rod Reunion

  • Surf Ballroom keeps Rock and Roll history alive

  • Alan Cackett's Carl Perkins Bio

  • Dallas Self

  • R&RHOF: Terry Stewart announces 2013 retirement

  • The Day the Music Died was also the day an Alta, Iowa man died

  • Unconquered: The Saga of Cousins Jerry Lee Lewis, Jimmy Swaggart, and Mickey Gilley

  • Surf Ballroom keeps Rock and Roll history alive

  • Meet Lisa Marie Presley at Sun Studio

  • RE: The Rumblejetts

  • Best of the top dog tunes from the 50s

  • Charlie Gracie
    with daugher Angela, wife Joan and fellow South Philly High graduate Peter Cotellese at the SAVOY in New Jersey (May 6th) where Charlie recieved a Lifetime Achievement Award and induction onto the Cultural Hall of Fame.

  • Jerry Coleman continuing marathon radio career

  • May 4th, 1956, Gene Vincent and His Blue Caps recorded "Be Bop a Lula." The track was written three days before the session. The song became a 1956 US #7 and UK #16 hit single, spending 20 weeks on the US chart.

  • Jewel to play June Carter Cash in Lifetime movie

  • RHOF Research: Interesting Bob Luman article
    Tuesday, August 11, 1959

  • Chuck Berry Unleashed First LP - After School Session - 55 Years Ago

  • Kenny Roberts Dead at 85

  • Lest We Forget: R&R Hall of Fame 2012 inducted members ... Jerry Allison, Sonny Curtis, Joe B. Mauldin, Niki Sullivan. The Crickets were Buddy Holly's group from 1956 to 1958

  • First induction without Delta Music Festival

  • Arkansas' Guitar Walk Monument to Honor Rockabilly Heroes

  • FYI: The Carl Perkins Civic & Convention Center

  • Elvis Presley Boulevard project moving forward


  • Dickie Harrell's Rock & Roll Hall of Fame trophy

  • A new video on one of Gene Vincent's great songs.

  • History FYI: The RCA studio at 1525 McGavock St., Nashville.

  • Going where the action is with Freddy Cannon

  • Rockabilly Rod Reunion and NHRA Hot Rod Heritage Series

  • A Review of one of the Johnny Cash tribute shows

  • "Bandstand Bonnie" Remembers Dick Clark



  • Rock 'n' Roll Hall of Fame photos: The Comets and The Blue Caps

  • Levon Helm R.I.P.

  • Jon Heder to star in 'Buddy Holly'

  • Ray Campi featured

  • Viva Las Vegas 15 Car Show

  • Crickets get their due from Rock and Roll Hall of Fame


  • The current issue of the American Music Magazine is out. The April issue has a feature on the RHOF and Bob Timmers. Thanks Tony

  • Buddy Holly letter

  • Dave Shriver R.I.P., Eddie Cochran's bass player


  • Bill Haley Jr. web site

  • Interview ... with Rock's 1st Bassist Marshall Lytle by Mark Lewis, April 7, 2012

  • Cliff Richard Blames Ed Sullivan For Lack Of U.S. Success

  • A new chapter for the Rock Hall

  • YouTube: Rare Carl Perkins recording

  • Viva Las Vegas

  • Former High Noon bassist Kevin Smith joins Willie

  • How to Party 1950s Instructional Video

  • Music Review: Little Richard - Here's Little Richard

  • Jim Marshall, maker of rock-and-roll guitar amplifiers, dies at 88

  • Elvis' 1956 Harley-Davidson KH

  • Viva Los Vegas: Some do's, don'ts for Rockabilly Weekender

  • R&R HoF unveils Walk of Fame plagues

  • How Rock And Roll Started (another article spreading the news to the now generation)

  • Art Adams' new video: "The Truth"

  • "Elvis 1956 ... 56 Years on" Page 1 - Page 2

  • FYI: From Dominique "Imperial" ANGLARES
    "I wonder if you remember The Amber Sisters? They were the famous Martha Carson, Mattie O'Neil (aka Jean Opal Chapel) and Minnie Amburgey (know as Bertha and recorded with The Carlisles) who passed away on March 2, 2012. They recorded for Capitol in the early 50's. Jean Chapel recorded/leased two sides to Sun record in 1956 before being signed by RCA. RCA had big hope on her as a singer in the Presley vein and at a time they dropped Charline Arthur. Only two singles were produced on RCA even if she got strong support in Nashville." Related paper clip


  • Art Adams' new video: "The Truth"

  • Show Poster: Elvis Honeymoon show 2012 w/Glen Glenn

  • Get ready for Elvis-themed tour of Holy Land

  • Earl Scruggs, Country Music Hall of Famer, dies at age 88

  • Note: Although not inducted, Jerry Lee Merritt wrote, recorded and toured with Gene Vincent before Gene went to England.

  • Sid Holmes Book: "Rockabilly Heaven" - West Texas on the '50s, The Untold Story of the Cavaliers 1956-1964. contact Sid for more information

  • Review: Our first CD, Volume #1

  • UK's Joe Brown featured

  • The 3rd Annual Rockabilly Royale

  • Country Music Hall of Fame's "Bakersfield Sound" concert

  • Review: Brian Setzer's Rockabilly Riot

  • Drummer W.S. Holland got $11.50 to play with Million Dollar Quartet

  • Rare Elvis Presley Acetate Recordings from His Hollywood Movies Have Been Discovered

  • Ozzie Nelson, Perfect Dad?

  • Could Elvis have appeared with Hank Snow in Cumberland, PA?

  • Back at the Quonset Hut (Nashville)

  • Carl's Rock Songbook #41: The Cramps, "Goo-Goo" Muck

  • Recollections of Cecil Holifield Jr.

  • Tiny Timbrell's (pre-War) Gibson L5 Premier Guitar

  • Elvis Presley Blvd. Renovations

  • Video: Hot Rodding And The Rockabilly Scene Goes International

  • Interview: Freddy Cannon on His New Autobiography, His Career and His Place in Rock History

  • Redesign reinvigorates the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and Museum

  • Makers of rock's classic Fender guitars files for $200 million IPO

  • Terry Teene: Cyclist hit by tow truck had 'showbiz' past

  • Houston Blues Legend Big Walter "The Thunderbird" dies at 97

  • October date set for Johnny Cash music festival
    Organizers of the Johnny Cash Music Festival in northeast Arkansas have set a date for this year's edition. The festival will be held Oct. 5 at Arkansas State University in Jonesboro. Cash spent his boyhood in Dyess, where his family had a small farm. Cash was born in Kingsland.

  • Johnny Cash Biography to Detail Complexity of Singer's Life

  • Glen Glenn / Alan Clark / Chan Romero show

  • The Influence of Elvis Presley Exhibit Opens at Graceland in Memphis

  • Remembering Billy Strange, Ace Session Guitarist

  • Man reflects on helping Elvis Presley with car

  • Doo-Wop Shop Prepares to Close

  • Bill Beard R.I.P.
    Tuesday, February 28, 2012 - "I am sad to say that Bill passed away in the early hours this morning. He had a bout of prostate cancer which I understand was all clear but it recently came back to his lymph nodes. He died peacefully in his sleep at home and his wife said that was his wish and he did not want to go back to hospital. Bill ran the Eddie Cochran Connection Fanzine from 1998 up to 2 years ago - a total of 24 issues in all. Bill was a great Cochran expert and visited Eddie's family in the USA and sought any and every connection with Eddie both in the US and UK." - courtesy:spiritofbluegrass@googlemail.com

  • Chuck Berry, Leonard Cohen Get First PEN Songwriting Awards

  • Our good friend Sid Holmes of the The Cavaliers Band and the West Texas Music Hall of Fame does a slide show ... Guitar Boogie Shuffle

  • Johnny Cash Collaborates

  • Handful of Rockabilly Superstars Started to be Big names, But That does not mean They did not Rock and roll!

  • The nun who kissed Elvis: Extraordinary story of a starlet who turned her back on Hollywood to live in a convent

  • Recent photo of D.J. Fontana

  • Mickey Gilley article

  • Rockabilly Weekender draws nearly 20,000
    Event pinup contest winners
    Event Car Show Photos over 300 pix.

  • Rock Hall planning Walk of Fame to honor inductees

  • First National Blues Museum set to open in St. Louis

  • USA Today: Remembering music legend Johnny Cash

  • Review: Two books covering Wisconsin music of the '50s & '60s.

  • The Hunter's growing rockabilly scene

  • New music on the way from the late Waylon Jennings

  • FYI: Jerry Lee's first TV appearance, 1957

  • Imelda May, YouTube, interview

  • Alan Clark show review

  • Hall of Famer Colonel Robert Morris fan has signature tattooed on her shoulder

  • Carl Bradychok One of the New Young Rockabilly Vangaurd

  • Top Banana: Rock On Rockabilly Rebels

  • Iowa Newspaper remembers Feb.3, 1959

  • Mickey Gilley: The Comeback Cowboy

  • Is Knoxville the Birthplace of the First Rock 'n Roll Star?

  • Lisa Marie Presley talks about new exhibit

  • The Charlie Gracie Story Told By Someone Who Really Knows

  • Rockabilly Record Collection

  • What We're Watching: Sun Studio Session (Blues)

  • Music Review: Johnny Cash - "Bootleg Volume III: Live Around the World"

  • Buddy Holly fade away? Not on eBay

  • Nashville's Historic Ryman Auditorium To Replace Stage

  • Nice photo of Wanda

  • Mervyn Conn, promoter

  • Fullerton's(Calif.) Rock and Roll Roots

  • Pupils transform classroom to 1950s rock 'n' roll era

  • Chris Isaak interview

  • Livin' The particular Rockabilly Lifestyle: Stuck within 1957?

  • An appreciation: Johnny Otis' expert ear

  • Graceland plans events for Elvis' 35th anniversary year

  • The List: Most famous band managers

  • Skiffle News: Peter Donegan talks about his father

  • Alan Clark's Eddie Cochran Show Flyer

  • January 22, 1959
    Alone with an acoustic guitar and tape recorder in his New York City apartment, Buddy Holly made his last recordings, including "Peggy Sue Got Married," "Crying, Waiting, Hoping," "That's What They Say," "What to Do," "Learning the Game" and "That Makes it Tough." The recordings would be overdubbed posthumously and were later released by Coral Records.

  • Etta James Singer's Passion, Great Range Remembered

  • UK's Joe Brown featured

  • Surviving Cast Members Salute 'Hee Haw'

  • Elvis Presley Fender Kingman Giveaway

  • Rock and Roll Hall of Fame opens archives to the public

  • Texas country singer Dale Watson's latest CD was recorded at SUN Studios in Memphis and released as "Dale Watson & The Texas Two – The Sun Sessions". If you like the Johnny Cash Sun sound check out some of the videos

  • Great Music of the Decades

  • Doug Kershaw featured

  • FYI: Scotty and Bill quit

  • More FYI: So AL CASEY did play the lead guitar on "Ramrod".

  • Top 5 Video games

  • Johnny Meeks' triple beck guitar

  • Simon and Garfunkel started as Tom and Jerry, Everly Brothers wannabees from Queens, New York. They had a minor 1957 hit with "Hey, Schoolgirl".

  • Year of Elvis

  • C.F. Martin & Co. a guitar pickers' paradise

  • Nashville related music obituaries

  • Older musicians still touring, work in studio Senior performance

  • Doo-Wop Singer Fred Milano Dies At 72

  • Interview: Big John Bates

  • Etta James doing better. (posted 1/1/12)

  • Graceland: The Rock 'n' Roll Estate

  • Oldies Music: Top 10 Rockabilly Songs

  • Elvis Presley Birthday Celebrations to Take Place at Memphis Marriott Downtown

  • Many country music pioneers lost this year

  • Ricky Nelson headlines latest edition of "Rock and Roll Innovators"

  • Johnny Cash guitar style

  • Marshall Lytle's page updated

  • Going For The Gold: Buddy Holly

  • Johnny Cash: LIFE Magazine's Best Photos

  • Finding great Retro Jewelry

  • Remember this? Cinemax Presents Carl Perkins & Friends (57 min.)

  • "American Vampire" races into the 1950s with a teen hunter (comics)

  • How to Do Rockabilly Hairdos

  • Fire claims NY couple's home, spares Elvis museum

  • Carl Perkins, one-hit-wonder?

  • Don't Knock the Rock (UK TV show starring Gene Vincent, Little Richard, Jerry Lee Lewis) 57 min.

  • Gene Vincent 1960 photo album

  • Notable Deaths of 2011

  • A very good year A top 10 list

  • Folsom Prison Blues – Johnny Cash (Easy Guitar Songs Beginner Guitar Lesson BS-502)

  • Hot Pick: Dash Rip Rock at The Gig

  • Joel Whitburn Transforms Records Passion into Global Enterprise

  • Tattoo & Etc.

  • The Monterey Club's Last Show on New Year's Eve

  • Videotape Allegations Stung Chuck Berry's Legacy 22 Years Ago

  • Great pop sounds close the Skokie, IL Theatre

  • Jack Scott, Ubangi Stomp video