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  • 1956 to 1960 Juke Box(132 clicks)
    Briarcliff Manor High School, Class of 1960
  • 50 Years of Rock'n'Roll(151 clicks)
    Memphis site
  • 60s Playlist(142 clicks)
  • Andy Anderson and the Dawn Breakers(115 clicks)
  • Aristocrat Label(117 clicks)
    by Robert L. Campbell, Robert Pruter, George R. White, and Tom Kelly
  • Australian Rock(239 clicks)
  • B. B. King: King of the Blues(157 clicks)
    by Christine Wilson
  • Beach Music, History of(134 clicks)
  • Bill Haley and the Comets(150 clicks)
    British site fan site.
  • Biographies Classic Rock Bands of the 60s, 70s, 80s(176 clicks)
    Comprehensive site.
  • Black Cat Rockabilly: Europe(112 clicks)
    "Here you will find lots of rock 'n' roll, rockabilly, surf and fifties stuff."
  • Blues, R&B, Rock n' Roll Saxophone(127 clicks)
  • Bob Dylan(113 clicks)
    Official site.
  • Bob Dylan's 1965 San Francisco Press Conference--A Closer Look(150 clicks)
    From Dylan Pool, a blog
  • Chuck Berry(190 clicks)
    "A great resource for fans of rock and roll's poet laureate. "Jeff Tamarkin, Discoveries, March 2000.
  • Classic Rock Page(114 clicks)
  • Delta Blues Museum(105 clicks)
  • Diane's Rock-n-roll Oldies(109 clicks)
    Downloadable wav files of oldies from the 1950s and 1960s.
  • Dirty Water: The Boston Rock and Roll Museum(108 clicks)
    Boston rock scene. MP3s as well.
  • Disco Savvy(142 clicks)
    "This website, founded at the dawn of the new millennium on January 1, 2001, is a centralized repository of disco information, highlighting the best disco music from the 1970s through today and offering the largest and most chronologically complete year-by-year lists ever compiled of disco songs."
  • Doo Wop Preservation League(178 clicks)
    "Wildwood, NJ-based organization dedicated to the appreciation of pop culture of the 50s and 60s. Also preservation of 'Doo-Wop' retro roadside architecture."
  • Elvis Biography(138 clicks)
    From All About Elvis
  • Elvis Presley: The Early Years(121 clicks)
    bt Christine Wilson
  • EMI, A Brief History of(95 clicks)
    One of the premier recording companies.
  • Follow That Dream: Florida's Rock & Roll Legends(143 clicks)
  • Gourmet Rock and Roll(127 clicks)
    Striving to be the most comprehensive Classic Rock & Roll artist Links on the net.
  • History of Rock & Roll(117 clicks)
    The History of Rock and Roll Demo was first distributed in 1969, when Drake-Chenault and American Independent Radio were succesfully syndicating the magic of KHJ worldwide.
  • History of Rock and Roll(136 clicks)
  • How Great Thou Art: Photographs From Graceland(137 clicks)
    Through its black and white photographs, How Great Thou Art presents a complex meditation upon the fans who helped a man become in death the “Greatest Entertainer in the World.” Through its text panels, How Great Thou Art offers insight into the cult of Elvis by use of the words of the fans themselves. Between word and image, through language and photography, How Great Thou Art explores the complex emotions that compel fans to return to Graceland time and again.
  • JD Hay's Crooners Collection.(117 clicks)
    This is the complete listing of all artists on JD Hay's Crooners Collection. Male, female, groups and instrumental artists with songs in full length music wavs. Listed alphabetically by first name. These are not sorted by genre but cover easy listening, jazz, rhythm and blues, country, pop, oldies and vintage from the 1930's to the 1970's. Some artists have more than one page and a few may have an alternate site. Just click on "2", "3" or "Alt" to go to that page.
  • Jimmie Rodgers: The Father of Country Music(143 clicks)
    by Ted Ownby
  • Kithara/Guitar(121 clicks)
    History of the instrument
  • Life Rock 'n Roll Gallery(95 clicks)
    From Life Magazine. Text and photos.
  • Little Richard(141 clicks)
    One of the most influential of early rock'n'roll stars.
  • Malaco Story(120 clicks)
    After more than 30 years of making black music for black people, Malaco Records defines the state of contemporary southern rhythm and blues, soul, and gospel.
  • Marshal Sehorn homage(148 clicks)
  • Middle Aged Rock & Roll Sax Player, The(105 clicks)
    by the disntinguied John Laughter
  • Motown Records(117 clicks)
    Photos of the original Motown Records in Detroit.
  • Muddy Waters(143 clicks)
    Official site
  • New York Rock(134 clicks)
    Rock & roll served up New York City style. Full-length RealAudio and RealVideo clips. Some news that's fit to print, some that's not. Gossip, slander and more.
  • North Florida Music Hall of Fame(139 clicks)
  • Origins of Rock 'n Roll: Select Bibliography(109 clicks)
    Short bibliography with links to some of the books.
  • Perfect Sound Forever(106 clicks)
    Good articles
  • Peter, Paul, and Mary(114 clicks)
    Official site. Not exactly rock'n'roll but influential.
  • Photography(123 clicks)
  • Psychedelic '60s(119 clicks)
    Literary Tradition and Social Change
  • Red Saunders Research Foundation(93 clicks)
    Since 1997, the Red Saunders Research Foundation has been dedicated to increasing our knowledge of the musicians who filled the clubs and recording studios of Chicago with great music during the two decades after World War II.
  • Remembering Johnny Vincent(98 clicks)
  • Robert Christgau(102 clicks)
    Rock critic's site
  • Rock 'n' Folk: Musicians of the Sixties(105 clicks)
    The list includes some people who were not musicians themselves but were very much part of the music of the sixties as essential participants in the scene, as well as some others whose work was intimately involved with the music and those who played it.
  • Rock and Roll (156 clicks)
  • Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and Museum(132 clicks)
    Official site
  • Rock and Roll Roadmap(140 clicks)
  • Rock&Roll: the PBS Series(100 clicks)
    As usual, PBS produces excellent work.
  • Rockapella(114 clicks)
    Vocal harmony (Doo Wop) group.
  • Rockin Pneumonia: An Interview with Johnny Vincent(118 clicks)
    Founder of Ace Records. Frank discussion of his career, Alan Freed, Dick Clark, and others. Vincent was frank.
  • Rockin' My Life Away: Listening to Jerry Lee Lewis(82 clicks)
    A full length book by Jimmy Guterman
  • Rockmine(106 clicks)
    From the UK. Claims to be the Internet's largest rock music resource.
  • Santana(98 clicks)
    Memorabilia, photos, more
  • Sun Studios Virtual Tour(95 clicks)
    Great tour
  • The Byrds(107 clicks)
    Appreciation site.
  • The Collectors Guide to the Music of Chuck Berry(114 clicks)
    "This Web site presents you with a complete guide to the music written and recorded by Chuck Berry, one of the fathers of Rock 'n' Roll."
  • The Fifties(103 clicks)
    Great site. Includes acess to music
  • The History of Rock and Roll(150 clicks)
    The Golden Decade 1954 - 1963. Searchable.
  • The Music Didn't Die(109 clicks)
    INTERNET HOME OF THE IOWA ROCKNROLL MUSIC ASSOCIATION AND THEIR HALL OF FAME
  • The Nixon-Presley Meeting: The Documentation(114 clicks)
    National Security Archives presents narrative and documents of the meeting between President Richard Nixon and Elvis Presley.
  • The Original (Unofficial) Elvis Page(106 clicks)
    ll you wanted the know about "the King."
  • The Platters(99 clicks)
    The Platters were one of the top vocal groups of the 1950's, selling 53 million records and being among the first doo-wop groups to be inducted into the Rock And Roll Hall of Fame (1990).
  • The Pretenders(119 clicks)
    Twenty years of material!
  • The Rock and Roll Vault(92 clicks)
    Great site with lots of detail.
  • Vee-Jay Records: The Early Years(119 clicks)
    Robert Pruter, Robert L. Campbell, Robert Stallworth, Bob Marovich, and Tom Kelly. Updated December 31, 2009
  • When Nixon Met Elvis(123 clicks)
    National Archives
  • Woodstock '69 Lives!!!!(142 clicks)