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Rock And Roll Collection

"Rock and Roll: A Timeless Beat that Echoes Through Generations" From the electrifying guitar solos of Jimi Hendrix to the soulful voice of Janis Joplin

Background imageRock And Roll Collection: Billy Fury 1958

Billy Fury 1958
Billy Fury, Rock & Roll singer, signing a contract for Decca Records

Background imageRock And Roll Collection: JIMI HENDRIX (1942-1970). American musician. Photographed during a concert at Berkeley

JIMI HENDRIX (1942-1970). American musician. Photographed during a concert at Berkeley, California in 1970

Background imageRock And Roll Collection: The Beatles (from left: Ringo Starr, John Lennon, George Harrison, and Paul McCartney)

The Beatles (from left: Ringo Starr, John Lennon, George Harrison, and Paul McCartney)
BEATLES AND CLAY, 1964. The Beatles (from left: Ringo Starr, John Lennon, George Harrison, and Paul McCartney) clowning with boxer Cassius Clay (later Muhammad Ali)

Background imageRock And Roll Collection: JANIS JOPLIN (1943-1970). American singer. Photograph, 1960s

JANIS JOPLIN (1943-1970). American singer. Photograph, 1960s

Background imageRock And Roll Collection: Big-Eyed Kids Dancing

Big-Eyed Kids Dancing
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Background imageRock And Roll Collection: Teddy Boys dancing in the streets of North East Britain Picture taken

Teddy Boys dancing in the streets of North East Britain Picture taken on Tyneside, North East, England. Picture taken 20th August 1977

Background imageRock And Roll Collection: Crowd waiting to see Rock Around The Clock

Crowd waiting to see Rock Around The Clock at the Gaiety Cinema Manchester 1956

Background imageRock And Roll Collection: The jive 1950 dance / dancing / party season / celebration / happy vintage news

The jive 1950 dance / dancing / party season / celebration / happy vintage news archive

Background imageRock And Roll Collection: THE BEATLES, 1965. Left to right: George Harrison, John lennon, Ringo Starr, and Paul McCartney

THE BEATLES, 1965. Left to right: George Harrison, John lennon, Ringo Starr, and Paul McCartney. Photograph, 1965

Background imageRock And Roll Collection: Teddy Boys waiting to greet Gene Vincent at Heathrow 1969

Teddy Boys waiting to greet Gene Vincent at Heathrow 1969

Background imageRock And Roll Collection: THE BEATLES, c1964. The Beatles in concert. Photograph, c1964

THE BEATLES, c1964. The Beatles in concert. Photograph, c1964

Background imageRock And Roll Collection: BEATLES AND ED SULLIVAN. The Beatles photographed on the set of The Ed Sullivan Show on 9

BEATLES AND ED SULLIVAN. The Beatles photographed on the set of The Ed Sullivan Show on 9 February, 1964. From left: George Harrison, Ringo Starr, Ed Sullivan, John Lennon, Paul McCartney

Background imageRock And Roll Collection: THE BEATLES. From left to right: Ringo Starr, George Harrison, John Lennon, and Paul McCartney

THE BEATLES. From left to right: Ringo Starr, George Harrison, John Lennon, and Paul McCartney

Background imageRock And Roll Collection: Rock n Roll special train to Clacton. 18th April 1960

Rock n Roll special train to Clacton. 18th April 1960

Background imageRock And Roll Collection: Bill Haley on his first visit to England which was largely sponsored by the Daily Mirror

Bill Haley on his first visit to England which was largely sponsored by the Daily Mirror. Gaumont State cinema 24th February 1957

Background imageRock And Roll Collection: Start Me Up

Start Me Up
Vertigo Artography

Background imageRock And Roll Collection: Bluesbreaker

Bluesbreaker
David Drake

Background imageRock And Roll Collection: Teddy Boys and Girls dancing in the streets of North East Britain Picture

Teddy Boys and Girls dancing in the streets of North East Britain Picture taken on Tyneside, North East, England. Picture taken 20th August 1977

Background imageRock And Roll Collection: Eddie Cochran, Singer, signs autograph for fan Ann Berwick from Hay Mills, Birmingham

Eddie Cochran, Singer, signs autograph for fan Ann Berwick from Hay Mills, Birmingham, after concert at the Hippodrome, Birmingham, Saturday 12th March 1960

Background imageRock And Roll Collection: Brian Connolly, lead singer of that chart-busting group The Sweet, is a family man now

Brian Connolly, lead singer of that chart-busting group The Sweet, is a family man now. And the new pop is clearly proud to present his first-child, Nicola

Background imageRock And Roll Collection: Teddy Boy Malcolm Mclaren outside his shop Let it Rock in the Kings Road

Teddy Boy Malcolm Mclaren outside his shop Let it Rock in the Kings Road, Chelsea, London. 14th March 1972

Background imageRock And Roll Collection: Bill Haley and his Comets - Cardiff - February 1957. Bill Haley being interviewed for

Bill Haley and his Comets - Cardiff - February 1957. Bill Haley being interviewed for the BBC before his performance at the Capitol Theatre, Cardiff

Background imageRock And Roll Collection: Singer Roy Orbison with wife Barbara & son Wesley 1970 his only remaining son after

Singer Roy Orbison with wife Barbara & son Wesley 1970 his only remaining son after his family died in a fire

Background imageRock And Roll Collection: Man Playing Trumpet

Man Playing Trumpet
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Background imageRock And Roll Collection: Europe, England, West Yorkshire, Jukebox

Europe, England, West Yorkshire, Jukebox

Background imageRock And Roll Collection: Searching the Perfect Note

Searching the Perfect Note
Dikhotomy

Background imageRock And Roll Collection: JERRY LEE LEWIS IN COLOURFUL SHIRT SMOKING A CIGAR 30 / 06 / 1993

JERRY LEE LEWIS IN COLOURFUL SHIRT SMOKING A CIGAR 30 / 06 / 1993
JERRY LEE LEWIS IN COLOURFUL SHIRT SMOKING A CIGAR 30/06/1993

Background imageRock And Roll Collection: Jerry Lee Lewis, pictured on stage at The Mayfair Ballroom, Newcastle. 13th February 1980

Jerry Lee Lewis, pictured on stage at The Mayfair Ballroom, Newcastle. 13th February 1980. Jerry Lee Lewis (born September 29, 1935) is an American singer-songwriter, musician, and pianist

Background imageRock And Roll Collection: Pete Best, (in the black shirt holding his drum sticks) posing for the camera with his

Pete Best, (in the black shirt holding his drum sticks) posing for the camera with his new band, in an alley in Liverpool

Background imageRock And Roll Collection: Ring Starr of the Beatles pictured here with Thomas the Tank Engine Toys

Ring Starr of the Beatles pictured here with Thomas the Tank Engine Toys. He voiced the programme from 1984-1986. 6th October 1984

Background imageRock And Roll Collection: Bill Haley UK tour, 1957

Bill Haley UK tour, 1957

Background imageRock And Roll Collection: Roy Orbison at Heathrow Airport November 1988 in multi coloured coat

Roy Orbison at Heathrow Airport November 1988 in multi coloured coat

Background imageRock And Roll Collection: Roy Orbison kissing his wife Barbara Anne Marie April 1970

Roy Orbison kissing his wife Barbara Anne Marie April 1970

Background imageRock And Roll Collection: Gene Vincent pop singer 1960 beside taxi arriving back at hotel after being rushed to

Gene Vincent pop singer 1960 beside taxi arriving back at hotel after being rushed to hospital smoking cigarette black man walking behind

Background imageRock And Roll Collection: Jerry Lee Lewis and his 13-year-old wife Myra (centre) at London Airport to fly home

Jerry Lee Lewis and his 13-year-old wife Myra (centre) at London Airport to fly home. 27th May 1958

Background imageRock And Roll Collection: Roy Orbison birthday party. Singer Lulu kisses Roy on the cheek at a party held at Dolce

Roy Orbison birthday party. Singer Lulu kisses Roy on the cheek at a party held at Dolce Vite restaurant. 25th April 1966

Background imageRock And Roll Collection: Barbara Orbison wife of American singer Roy Orbison holding their son Roy Jnr

Barbara Orbison wife of American singer Roy Orbison holding their son Roy Jnr

Background imageRock And Roll Collection: Roy Orbison Singer introducing his new wife Barbara Anne Marie the daughter of a German

Roy Orbison Singer introducing his new wife Barbara Anne Marie the daughter of a German diplomat to London on their arrival days after they had married

Background imageRock And Roll Collection: American rock and roll star Fats Domino signs autographs for fans on the stage of

American rock and roll star Fats Domino signs autographs for fans on the stage of the Saville Theatre in London as he prepares for the evening show with Gerry and The Pacemakers

Background imageRock And Roll Collection: American rock and roll star Fats Domino in the dressing room after preparing for

American rock and roll star Fats Domino in the dressing room after preparing for the evening show with Gerry and The Pacemakers at the Saville Theatre in London

Background imageRock And Roll Collection: Gene Vincent reconciled with his wife tonight, after a recording session at BBC Players

Gene Vincent reconciled with his wife tonight, after a recording session at BBC Players House Theatre in Northumberland Avenue, London

Background imageRock And Roll Collection: American and roll singer Gene Vincent pictured at London airport as he prepares to fly

American and roll singer Gene Vincent pictured at London airport as he prepares to fly home to California after he was injured in a car crash that killed fellow rock n roller Eddie Cochran

Background imageRock And Roll Collection: American and roll singer Gene Vincent pictured at London airport as he prepares to fly

American and roll singer Gene Vincent pictured at London airport as he prepares to fly home to California after he was injured in a car crash that killed fellow rock n roller Eddie Cochran

Background imageRock And Roll Collection: Bill Haley and His Comets tour of Britain which was largely sponsored by the Daily Mirror

Bill Haley and His Comets tour of Britain which was largely sponsored by the Daily Mirror. Their first concert was at the Dominion Theatre in Tottenham Court Road, London

Background imageRock And Roll Collection: Carl Perkins in London 1964

Carl Perkins in London 1964
Carl Perkins, Singer and Guitarist practicing outside his London hotel

Background imageRock And Roll Collection: USA, Georgia, Macon, Little Richards Boyhood Home, Richard Penniman

USA, Georgia, Macon, Little Richards Boyhood Home, Richard Penniman, Pioneer Of Rock & Roll

Background imageRock And Roll Collection: USA, Georgia, Macon, Restored Capricorn Recording Studio, Allman Brothers

USA, Georgia, Macon, Restored Capricorn Recording Studio, Allman Brothers, Southern Rock Genre



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"Rock and Roll: A Timeless Beat that Echoes Through Generations" From the electrifying guitar solos of Jimi Hendrix to the soulful voice of Janis Joplin, it has always been a force to be reckoned with. These iconic musicians paved the way for a genre that would captivate hearts and minds for decades. In 1970, amidst a sea of adoring fans at Berkeley, California, Jimi Hendrix unleashed his raw talent upon the world. His music transcended boundaries and inspired countless aspiring artists to pick up their guitars and let their fingers dance across the strings. Billy Fury's rise in 1958 marked an era where rock and roll began its ascent into mainstream popularity. With his charismatic charm and undeniable talent, he became one of Britain's most beloved rockers. The Beatles were no strangers to pushing boundaries themselves. In 1964, they found themselves clowning around with none other than boxing legend Cassius Clay (later known as Muhammad Ali). This playful encounter showcased how rock stars could effortlessly blend different worlds together. No discussion about rock and roll is complete without mentioning The Rolling Stones. Their concerts were legendary spectacles filled with energy that ignited crowds worldwide. From Mick Jagger's magnetic stage presence to Keith Richards' unforgettable riffs, they embodied everything that made this genre so exhilarating. But it wasn't just about the music; it was also about the culture surrounding it. Teddy Boys dancing in North East Britain exemplified how youth embraced this rebellious spirit through movement. Rock Around The Clock became an anthem for those eagerly waiting in anticipation for something extraordinary. The jive dances of the 1950s brought people together during joyous celebrations. It was a time when vintage news spread happiness through infectious rhythms that compelled everyone to hit the dance floor. In 1965, The Beatles continued their reign as musical pioneers who captured hearts worldwide with their harmonies and infectious melodies.