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A lot of rock and roll, and especially Sun-label rockabilly, has liquor on its breath. Eddie Cochran – born in Minnesota, a California transplant at age 12 and a teenager until almost the end of the 1950s – never got ruder than ...Categories: Inductee, History of Rock and Roll, Songs That Shaped Rock and Roll, Rock's Greatest Guitar Players
The world of rock and roll lost one of its loudest pioneers on Thursday, April 5, 2012, when Jim Marshall died at the age of 88.
Born in 1923 in West London, Dr. Jim Marshall, OBE, led his namesake ...Categories: Hall of Fame, Inductee, Today in Rock
The Jam rode to early popularity on the first wave of British punk. Yet the group, led by singer/songwriter/guitarist Paul Weller, consciously distanced itself from its safety-pinned compatriots and unashamedly looked back to the Sixties for inspiration ...Categories: Songs That Shaped Rock and Roll
In the pantheon of rock icons, few lived harder and played more dynamically than Keith Moon, among the greatest rock and roll drummers of all time and the man who embodied The Who's frenetic energy and unconventional wit. Although ...Categories: Hall of Fame, Inductee, Exhibit, Today in Rock