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  • There have been many articles posted on-line regarding Chuck Berry's passing. Click here to access them.

  • That's News to Me page updated 4/17/2017

  • J.M. Van Eaton featured

  • The life of Conway Twitty

  • New Louisiana Hayride Book coming out

  • From the UK, Country Singer looking to get back into the swing of things

  • What ever happened to Johnny's brother, Tommy Cash?

  • RE: Viva Las Vegas

  • Sun among 3 legendary studios

  • Keith Richards talks Chuck Berry

  • Will the person who wants to sponsor our Mac Curtis page please to go Sponsor An Artist as our credit card system is not working at this time. Thank you.

  • Chuck Berry 2017 Album WILL be released.
    Here's one the songs

  • Message Board Updated Rare Chuck Berry cover - 3/23/2017

  • McNairy County Legends Appp

  • Little Richard on Chuck Berry's death

  • Pat Cupp page updated

  • Dale Sellers

  • Let's not forget Sid King and the Five Strings

  • Graceland Opens $45M Complex

  • George Jones reissue

  • Joe Manuel page updated

  • Jerry Lee Lewis petitions for admittance into Country Music Hall of Fame

  • "Sun Records" CMT Premiere

  • Who Got Paid?

  • First Johnny Cash Festival, near boyhood home, planned for later this year

  • Sonny Burgess still rockin'

  • Message Board Updated 02/07/2017

  • Art Adams' Memphis Dream finds new life

  • Detroit Country Music Book, Craig Maki and Keith Cady, authors

  • Cliff's Ballad Playing Style

  • Art Adams Band "Sun" Project

  • A Wanda OOPS!

  • Sam Phillips Stamp Campaign

  • Those We Lost in 2016

  • Billy "The Kid" Emerson needs help

  • Watch: Sun Records Teaser

  • vulture.com says: Chuck Berry Invented the Idea of Rock and Roll

  • The Great Guitar Drought

  • Eddie Cochran, The Final Tour

  • Killer Vees at the next Clear Lake show

  • A little more Jerry Lee Lewis News:
    Posted Dec. 14, 2016 - The Beale Street Memphis New Year's Eve show will launch Lewis into what promises to be a busy early 2017. On Jan. 6, Lewis will return to his native Louisiana for a show at the Golden Nugget at Lake Charles, and he'll play the Mid-South again Feb. 4 at Sam's Town in Tunica. Lewis will also be featured at the Stagecoach Festival in late April in Indio, California. Lewis manager, Greg Ericson, also confirms Lewis is "looking to go back into the studio" in the coming year. Lewis' last studio album, "Rock & Roll Time," came out in 2014.

  • New Gretsch Cliff Gallup guitar

  • Jerry Lee plans News Year Eve gig on Beale Street

  • The Life of a Song, "Not Fade Away"

  • Attention Buck Owens' fans - the Capital Years' singles, 1957-1966

  • Record Man: Billy Miller passes on

  • One of Buddy Holly's brothers dies at age 89

  • Joe Esposito RIP

  • Little Richard Fast Facts

  • Another forgotten Sun artist: Billy "The Kid" Emerson

  • For die-hard EP fans ... "Elvis Presley's Memphis" opens March, 2017

  • Chuck Berry called "first rock and roll guitar hero"

  • News about Dell Mack being inducted to the RHOF

  • Imelda May is back with major changes

  • 60+ years ago (11/14/1956 to be exact) Jerry Lee Lewis cut one of his first tracks, including his debut (record) single "Crazy Arms," for Sun Records in Memphis.  Engineer Jack Clement recorded Lewis' rendition of Ray Price's "Crazy Arms" and his own composition "End of the Road".
    Hear "Crazy Arms"

  • Johnny Cash Poems Unveiled

  • Mack Allen Smith's "Rockabilly Addict"

    Massive Listing:
    Sideline Archives Here

  • In the Spotlight
  • Photo Museum
  • Membership/Join
  • Comment Forms
  • Tony Wilkinson's (Review) Pages
  • Americana, UK
  • Australian Festival Page
  • Autographs
  • Recommended: Rockabilly Book, The Twang Heard 'Round the World
  • Barry Dixon's Photo Gallery
  • Barry Klein's Reviews
  • Bear Family Essentials (archived)
  • Blue Suede News Magazine
  • Cracker Jack On-Line Magazine
  • Bo Diddley News Updates (archived)
  • Dynamite Magazine
  • Country History Calendar
  • Extra! Bill Haley & The Comets
  • Clocks Around the Rock
  • Golly Gee Records
  • Green Bay's Oneida Casino Entertainment Schedule
  • Hemsby weekenders
  • Jeff's Retro Music
  • Joe Bennett's (RIP) Column
  • Kardboard Kid's Posters
  • Looking Back: David Loehr's Indianapolis "Rockabilly Rebel Weekenders" Archives
  • Marshall Lytle's (Comets) (RIP) Crazy Lytle Page
  • Rock and Roll Revue (France) Contact>
  • Now Dig This Magazine
  • Off Topic Links
  • Other Online Museums
  • Over 130 Artists on a YouTube Video
  • Pumpin' Piano Players
  • Scotty Moore Venues, large list of venues Scotty performed in with Elvis, Bill and eventually DJ and the Jordanaires.
  • Rockabilly Heaven
  • Rock-it Radio Archives
  • Rockin' Ronny's Feature Columns Archives
  • Rockabilleville Shaun Mather
  • Rockabilly Chapel
  • Rockabilly Gals
  • Rockabilly on YouTube
  • Rockabilly Rave USA
  • Saints (sort of the Heaven Hall of Fame)
  • St. Jude, ask him to help you and/or your loved ones
  • "Saturday Night Jamboree"
  • Search Blogs for "Rockabilly"
  • Scrapbook (large)
  • Sun Studio
  • That Bakersfield Sound
  • The Iowa Rock 'n Roll Music Association
  • The Penthouse
  • The Phil & Shaun Show archives
  • Shakin' All Over Yahoo email group
  • The Sun 45's
  • "This Is My Story"
  • Traditional Country Hall of Fame
  • Viva Las Vegas
  • Johnny Vallis Presents:
          Bear Family "Essentials"
          Rave On Reviews
          Johnny Vallis' Scrapbook

  • Rockabilly Hall of Fame
    Artist Album Downloads

    iTunes US Rockabilly Hall of Fame - Volume 1
    iTunes US Rockabilly Hall of Fame - Volume 2
    iTunes US Rockabilly Hall of Fame - Volume 3
    iTunes US Rockabilly Hall of Fame - Volume 4
    E-MUSIC:  Rockabilly Hall of Fame - Volume 5
    iTunes US Bill Flagg - Guitar Rock
    iTunes US Bobby Lowell - Rocka Billy: Just Won't Stop!
    iTunes US Roman Self - Tribute to Ronnie Self
    iTunes US John D. And The Thunderboltz
    iTunes US King Kerosene - Just Warmin'
    iTunes US Leon Bass - Love-a-Rama
    iTunes US Grant Grieves - 45s
    iTunes US Grant Grieves - Red Hot! Rockin' Now & Then
    iTunes US Grant Grieves & The Flashbacks - Nashville Demos
    iTunes US Tommy Riddle - Poppa Poppa Da Da
    iTunes US Dr. Tom Butt - Rockin With The Doc

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  • Johnny Cash guitarist, Bob Wootton R.I.P.

  • We've just learned from Dominique that RHOF Inductee Red Moore passed away December 16, 2016. Red was a musical legend for the "Crawdad Song". (Red's high school photo)

  • Chuck Berry R.I.P at age 90
    Chuck's Wikipedia page -- Chuck's YouTube

  • Saturday Night Jamboree Page News
    According to Larry Manuel, Penn State is teaching the story of The Saturday Night Jamboree in their music history course. They're calling the Jamboree the Incubator of Southern Rockabilly. (Posted March, 2017)

  • Jerry Mercer RIP, January 7, 2017
        Jerry was born on July 31st 1935 in Oklahoma and his interest in music surfaced at the age of nine years. He played violin, experimented with several other musical instruments and bought his first guitar in 1949. In 1952 he formed the duo Johnny & Jerry and soon after formed his first band, Jerry Mercer & The Roving Cowboys. In March 1956, Jerry meet Narvel Felts who became a regular member of the band by the beginning of July 1956.
          As tribute to Jerry, here are Narvel's own words as written to Dominique "Imperial" ANGLARES: "I'm thanksful Jerry Mercer hired me, which rescued me from chopping and picking cotton by hand in the fields around Powe and Bernie, Missouri. It is ironic that your package come on jan 10th as I was planning to attend Jerry Mercer's funeral the next day. Your words about Radio Rockabillies here mean a lot to me, they would have meant a lot to him."
        We believe the Narvel Felts & Jerry Mercer "Radio Rockabillies" (LP) is no longer available on-line. It was a fantastic set of rockin' tracks, from various radio programmes recorded towards the end of 1956, with Narvel & Jerry sharing the vocal duties.
    But, See YouTube

  • Tommy Allsup gone at age 85

  • New Gene Vincent Tribute Double-CD

  • ATTENTION BAKERSFIELD FANS: Country music legends Buck Owens and Merle Haggard are among the inaugural Bakersfield Music Hall of Fame inductees. Posted Jan. 12, 2017

  • Sonny West's September 15, 2016 induction into the West Texas Walk of Fame.

  • Joe Clay dies

  • A Tennessee Sweetheart Has Gone

  • Eddie Cash R.I.P.

  • Billy Poore has passed away from Parkinsons (July 23, 2016). We have a page on him) posted 2004.
    Billy's book still available

  • Scotty Moore, "Rest in Peace"
    more news here

  • Bobby Vee dead at age 73

  • Bobby Curtola R.I.P.

  • Archived Tidbits Here ...

    Past cover photos 1 - Past cover photos 2

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