Jan and Dean were Surf Rock pioneers in the 1960s. Unfortunately, their musical contributions were overshadowed by other acts at the time.
These 1950s songs ruled the summer and create the perfect soundtrack for your road trip.
Buddy Holly was a hugely important part of the emerging rock and roll sound of the 1950s. Without him, music would not be the same today.
1940s and 1950s Christmas Music is timeless and forever connected to the Holiday season. Here are some of our favorite holiday classics.
The sound of 1960s Surf Rock is unmistakable. The most well-known artists of the genre are, of course, the Beach Boys. Many forget, however, that Jan & Dean actually hit the charts first. Jan & Dean vs. The Beach Boys It’s kind of funny when you realize that if you asked 10 people to name
The 1960s were an important time in our history. The music of the decade reflected the times and remains influential today.
In 1954, “Rock Around the Clock” by Bill Haley & His Comets was first released as the B-side to “Thirteen Women.” It wasn’t until its use in the 1955 film, The Blackboard Jungle by Richard Brooks, that the song became a mega-hit. While this rock and roll classic may have appealed to members of the
Chuck Berry is a rock and roll legend, who changed the music world forever with his unique sound.
Little Richard was a music legend without a doubt. Beyond his undeniable skill, he was an important part of cultural change and civil rights.