The Johnny Burnette song was another chart favourite for the teen idol.
Mass-marketed music for the X-Factor generation promoting attractive, clean-living male singers to teenagers looking for romance from their pop idols is not actually a new thing.
uDiscover Music presents a selection of 20 key events and discoveries in Knopfler's life and career, as described by the man himself.
The great musician is said to have played on over 200 top 40 hits, including 'Bridge Over Troubled Water,' 'Close To You' and 'MacArthur Park.'
Music magazines have long held a place in fans’ hearts. In an increasingly digital world, the likes of the sorely missed ‘Village Voice’ remain much-loved.
Ricky Nelson had an amazing career - child star, recording artist, heartthrob & actor - here’s our pick of the 10 greatest Ricky Nelson songs. Disagree?
The 1959 Ray Charles single 'What'd I Say' is one of the seminal and much-covered records in R&B history, well worthy of a uDiscover overview and playlist.
Are you a fan of Ricky Nelson? How well do you know the 50s heartthrob? Test yourself with the uDiscover Ricky Nelson music quiz - it’s hard but fun!
Bobby Vee who had a string of hit singles in the early 1960s passed away Monday 24 October 2016.
uDiscover's ongoing celebrations of the brilliance of Chuck Berry continue with a selection of 50 great covers of his incredible catalogue.
Rick Is 21 entered the US chart for Rick Nelson on 29 May 1961, in the week that its single ‘Travellin’ Man’ raced to No. 1 on the Hot 100.
Johnny Meeks, the American guitarist who made his name when he replaced Cliff Gallup in Gene Vincent’s Blue Caps, died on July 30 at the age of 78.
As the Moody Blues continue their current UK tour, Justin Hayward has dropped a hint that the famed British band have plans to record new material.
We’re teaming with our friends at Original Soundtracks to focus on another landmark movie score album, this time Quentin Tarantino's 'Pulp Fiction.'
The name Ricky Nelson conjures memories of the 1950s and '60s, but on January 21, 2006, he was on the rise posthumously with Capitol’s ‘Greatest Hits.’
It was on March 27, 1957 that guitarist Barney Kessel took a teenager into the studio to cut three songs for Verve Records.