Del's brilliant follow-up to 'Runaway' had us gripped from the very first lyric.
Scotty Moore, the guitarist who helped Elvis Presley create his revolutionary rock 'n' roll sound at Sun Records, died yesterday (28) at the age of 84.
Released on 30 September, the deluxe 5LP ‘Mono Box: The Complete Specialty And Vee-Jay Albums’ captures Little Richard’s primal rock’n’roll as its finest.
The story of how Los Angeles and Hollywood took Rock 'N' Roll around the world on the silver screen
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.
uDiscover tours Flying Saucers Rock 'n' Roll: The Cosmic Genius of Sam Phillips, a current exhibit at the Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum.
The haunting keyboard motif, the tortured vocal and the unforgettable falsetto combined for an early 1960s pop classic.
Somethin' Else, the band featuring Bobby Cochran, nephew of rock 'n' roll original Eddie Cochran, are embarking on a European tour this month and next.
Jukebox manufacturers Sound Leisure have revealed the first commercially available vinyl-playing jukebox in 20 years, available in the summer.
The final part of our exclusive four-part audio interview series in which Roy Orbison's son Alex talks to Paul Sexton about the new box set The MGM Years.
After 'Runaway' and 'Hats Off To Larry,' the winter of 1961 brought Del a third UK hit with 'So Long Baby.'
To coincide with today's (4 December) release of the Roy Orbison box set The MGM Years, we present the third in our four-part series with his son Alex.
The second in our exclusive, four-part interview series with Alex Orbison, son of Roy Orbison, who's been key to the creation of the box set The MGM Years.
To mark the impending release of Roy Orbison's MGM Years box set, uDiscover launches an exclusive new interview series with his youngest son, Alex Orbison.
Mad about the boys? Then this playlist is for you, gathering together all the best songs about boys - from bad boys to toy boys, naughty boys to bell boys!
In 1962, the singer-writer from Coopersville, Michigan could do very little wrong in the UK, and proved it again with 'The Swiss Maid.'