MUSIC HITS OF THE 1950's

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MUSIC HITS OF THE 1950's

MUSIC HITS OF THE 1950's

"i chose these three artists because i grew up listening to them. For aslong as i can remember everytimeid go over to my grandparents house one of these artist was always to be heard which is why i chose them."

(Down) is Elvis Presley aka "the king of rock and roll", is the reasonfor most of the music that we hear today. He inspired alot ofthe artists in all genres of music. He could really do it all, he could sing, dance,act, and was a charmer with the ladies. but what heis really known for is his music. Elvis was basically the godfather of rock in roll and his influince opened doors for all of the new music genres today. He died at age 42 but is stillan idol to some and even though he has passed away, yet he managed to get hisown channel on xm radio, which kinda says something about him.

(Below) is Buddy Holly, aka the pioneer of rock and roll, is known for his sophisticated sound of music and welldressed wardrobe and is known for his unique voice.Like Elvis he is also an influince to many of the genres today. Buddy's music career was soon cut short becauseof a terrible plane crash which he died at 22 years old.There is a memorial statue in his hometown Lubbock,Txwhich ive seen and its pretty cool.

(Above) is Hank Williams Sr. is known as one of thegreatest country music stars of all time. He is the father of current country star Hank Williams Jr. and helped open the doors for his son. His Music was always inspiring and you could tell that his lyrics that he wrote came from his heart. Hank was a good ol' boy from Alabama. He respected most and didn't have anything bad to say about most people. Which people loved about him. Williams had 11 number one hit songs which is incredible. Hank died at 29 years old due to alcohol and drugs, but is still one of the greatest country music stars of all time.


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