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He was one of my greatest inspirations," Little Richard, another founding father of rock'n'roll, said in a phone interview.
For this study I have relied mainly on secondary sources and employed a comparative assessment of the existing literature on the popular music of France, Germany, Greece, and Italy in an effort to theorize the forces at play that prompted the institutionalization of rock'n'roll in these four countries.
Rock'n'Roll en este foro del Centro Cultural Universitario tambien marco el retorno como actor de Jose Caballero, experimentado director escenico nacido en 1955 y profesor de varias generaciones actorales en el Centro Universitario de Teatro (CUT), quien expreso a Proceso:
I never thought I could get up at 6am and start working on rock'n'roll songs but it works for me.
No palace like home: Walter's wooden tribute to the King of rock'n'roll has turned a normal street in Grangemouth into a tourist attraction; Elvis impersonator: The King's famous Graceland mansion in Memphis, left, and Walter's gala day tribute, right
Tommy Allsup was guitarist in the band Buddy Holly and the Crickets as rock'n'roll changed the face of popular music forever.
Of course, this is the 21st century, not the '50s, so juvenile delinquency rock'n'roll style has assumed added dimensions: sadomasochism, cross dressing, bondage, and prostitution, notions that make one reconsider the implications of the phrase "chain gang of love".
After dabbling in rock'n'roll, Dave Andersen finds his calling in the construction business.
PHOENIX -- The Barrett-Jackson Auction Company, LLC today announced that the company will be offering, up-for-bid, an extensive collection of Rock'n'Roll and lifestyle memorabilia, including some very special items formerly belonging to The Man in Black himself, Johnny Cash.
THE Rolling Stones were among the stars who paid tribute to rock'n'roll singer Chuck Berry yesterday, who has died, aged 90.
Summary: From a small village to worldwide recognition, Lebanese singer-songwriter, poet and activist Lydia Canaan has been catalogued as a historic figure in the Rock'n'Roll Hall of Fame Library and Archives.
ROCK'N'ROLL FANTASY: THE VERY BEST OF BAD COMPANY - BAD COMPANY (SWAN SONG) Following the break up of Free in 1973, singer Paul Rodgers and drummer Simon Kirke brought in Mick Ralphs from Mott The Hoople on lead guitar and Boz Burrell from King Crimson on bass to form Bad Company - one of Britain's best ever rock bands.