Not only was he present at the birth of rock’n’roll, but his ability to straddle R&B and pop led to staggering success. Listen to the best Fats Domino songs.
Herbert Hardesty, whose tenor saxophone was a feature of countless hits for his longtime collaborator Fats Domino, died on 3 December, 2016 in Las Vegas
Rock’n’roll defined freedom for a new generation of youths in the 50s, spawning icons such as Elvis Presley, Little Richard and Chuck Berry, and going on to inspire The Beatles and The...
The Official Rhythm & Blues Hall of Fame on 21 August will induct Fats Domino, Sam & Dave, Prince, Smokey Robinson, the Supremes and others.
The 2 February, 1957 edition of The Perry Como Show featured actors Peter Lawford, Tab Hunter, singers Polly Bergen and the Four Lads...and Fats Domino.
These are 100 Keyboard Classics, songs where the piano, Hammond organ, Mellotron or Fender Rhodes really do make a difference
Paul Ray, a hugely loved figure in Austin, Texas and beyond as a DJ, musician and champion of blues and R&B, passed away on 15 January at the age of 73.
When Fats Domino jumped onto the Hot 100 with 'Be My Guest' exactly 56 years ago, he'd already been recording for a decade.
Motown giant Smokey Robinson has been named as the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame’s latest Music Master, the 20th artist to be so honoured.
Eric Clapton and Little Richard will be inducted into the Blues Hall of Fame, in conjunction with the 36th Blues Music Awards, on May 7 in Memphis.
‘Blue Monday,' the Fats Domino classic, made its first appearance on the Billboard Top 100 chart on January 5, 1957.
The first Rock 'n' Roll tours in the 1950s created the template for how bands and solo artists would tour for decades to come, and still do.
We were saddened to hear of the death last Thursday (11) of one of the key figures in the development of New Orleans music, Cosimo Matassa.
Tony Visconti has worked with David Bowie, T.Rex, Badfinger, U2, The Moody Blues & Morrissey, all of which has earned him the respect of his peers
New Orleans, known as The Crescent City, was the birthplace of jazz… and later home to some great rock 'n' roll