The connection between Ray Campi Ronnie Weiser and Nikki & the Corverttes

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Rock & Roll from the 50's has always been part of Nikki Corvette's repertoire throughout his career, combined with styles such as Punk Rock...

Happy Birthday Jackie!!

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Today is Jackie DeShannon's birthday. I think it is fair to dedicate a few words to her today, especially to shed a little light...

The Fascinators & Dave & The Orbits (Ex – Johnny & The Hurricanes)

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At the end of the 50's, the instrumental Rock & Roll was gaining strength, one of the most representative groups of this style were...

Arch Hall, Jr. And The Archers ‎– Wild Guitar!

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Between 1959 and 1965, Arch Hall Jr. appeared in six low-budget films: The Choppers, Eegah !, Wild Guitar, The Sadist, Spies-A-Go-Go, and Deadwood '76....

Adios Trini López

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On August 11, the great Trini López left us as a victim of the damn Covid, for many, the greatest Latin artist who has...

Happy Bithday Bob!!

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I’ve always thought that Rock & Roll is much more than a kind of music, rather an attitude and a way of life, of...

Willie Joe Duncan “The Unitar Man”

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Willie Joe Duncan is one of the darkest guitarists of the 50's, and everything he has in darkness he has in fierceness and rawness. Joe...

Bert Weedon (The British Les Paul)

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Whenever I think of Bert Weedon I can't help but seeing him as a kind of British Les Paul, maybe because they are both...

From instrumental song to Vocal Nº1

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"Time Is on My Side" is one of those songs that are part of the top of Poision Ivy Lovers, written by Jerry Ragovoy,...

Hanky Panky (by Jeff Barry and Ellie Greenwich)

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If we think of iconic songs from the first half of the 60's, that represent the spirit of Frat Rock, “Louie Louie” quickly comes...

Barbara Lynn – You’ll Lose A Good Thing (The Perfect R&B Ballad)

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"You’ll lose a good thing" is a song composed by Barbara Lynn, which appeared in 1962 as a single for the Jamie label. In...

Max Crook “The Man From The Musitron”

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On July 1 Max Crook left us. Many of you may wonder who Max Crook was, although most people have heard his best-known solo...

Richard “Popcorn” Wylie (The great unknown of Motown)

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The song "Money (That’s What I Want)", originally recorded by Barret Strong in 1959, is one of the most versioned songs in the entire...

Paul Peek (Blue Cap Boy)

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All the musicians who accompanied Gene Vincent throughout his career were the best of his time, Cliff Gallup, Johnny Meeks, Dickie Harrel, etc. But...

Country Tv Show Season 1 Episode 20 Ferlin Husky

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Complete - Hee Haw 01x20 - Ep.20 - Ferlin Husky , Dottie West 1970 Songs: Buck Owens, Don Rich, Susan Raye and the Hagers - "Love's...

Marcel Bontempi – Handsome Girl/ Gonna Have Myself A Ball

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What a wonderful album!! The new Marcel Bontempi’s job is a true luxury, both in its musical part, as well as in the graphic...

Roots, Radicals and Rockers: How Skiffle Changed the World By Billy Bragg. (An essential...

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"Without Lead Belly, there would have been no Lonnie Donegan; and without Lonnie Donegan, there would have been no The Beatles” George Harrison. Johnny Kidd,...

King Size Taylor & The Dominoes (Liverpool Rock & Roll)

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Liverpool in the late 1950s and early 1960s was a true focus of musical talent. Billy Fury, The Beatles, The Searchers, Rory Storm &...

Spanic Boys

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Spanic Boys Tom and Ian Spanic, were one of the most curious duos in the history of Rock & Roll, a duo formed by...

Moon Martin – Close to fame

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John David Martin, artistically known as Moon Martin, said goodbye to us on May 11th. From Poison Ivy Lovers we want to remember this...

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