Rock and roll
Genre of popular music that evolved in the United States during the late 1940s and early 1950s.- Rock and roll
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For the contrabass voice, see Basso profondo; for the frequency range in general, see Sub-bass.
The bass is used in a range of other genres, such as jazz, 1950s-style blues and rock and roll, rockabilly, psychobilly, traditional country music, bluegrass, tango and folk music.
Type of single-reed woodwind instrument with a conical body, usually made of brass.
The saxophone is also used as a solo and melody instrument or as a member of a horn section in some styles of rock and roll and popular music.
American singer, songwriter and guitarist.
She was the first great recording star of gospel music, and was among the first gospel musicians to appeal to rhythm and blues and rock and roll audiences, later being referred to as "the original soul sister" and "the Godmother of rock and roll".
American disc jockey.
He also produced and promoted large traveling concerts with various acts, helping to spread the importance of rock and roll music throughout North America.
Guitar that requires external amplification in order to be heard at typical performance volumes, unlike a standard acoustic guitar guitar - exists).
It served as a major component in the development of electric blues, rock and roll, rock music, heavy metal music and many other genres of music.
Current, 40 most-popular songs in a particular genre.
Storz is credited by some sources as helping to popularize rock and roll music.
The origins of rock and roll are complex.
Rock and roll emerged as a defined musical style in the United States in the early to mid-1950s.
Traditional genre of Christian music, and a cornerstone of Christian media.
Sister Rosetta Tharpe, pioneer of rock and roll, soon emerged from this tradition as the first great gospel recording artist.
Basic unit of time, the pulse , of the mensural level (or beat level).
Similarly Fred Maddox's characteristic backbeat, a slapping bass style, helped drive a rhythm that came to be known as rockabilly, one of the early forms of rock and roll.
American blues shouter from Kansas City, Missouri.
According to songwriter Doc Pomus, "Rock and roll would have never happened without him."