Bill Haley

Collection by Roberto Flores

Roberto Flores
“Rockin’ Around The World” Decca) by Bill Haley And His Comets. Rockabilly Rebel, Lp Cover, Cover Art, Bill Haley, Vinyl Cd, Vinyl Labels, Bad Album, Boogie Woogie, Record Collection

Be Bop Wino

Unlike other major vocal groups from the late 1940s to mid 1950s period (The Orioles, The Ravens, The Dominoes, The Robins, etc), The Cardinals have never received the treatment they deserve from the reissue companies. Some of their tracks have turned up on compilations of Atlantic R&B sides such as “Don’t It Sound Good” and “Atlantic Rhythm and Blues 1947-1974”, but the only album I can find that is dedicated exclusively to The Cardinals is a 10 track CD on the Collectables label. Which is…

SIXTIES BEAT: Bill Haley and His Comets See You Later Alligator, Bill Haley, American Bandstand, Rock N Roll Music, Vintage Rock, Rockn Roll, Monster Party, Hillbilly, Psychobilly


Bienvenue à SIXTIES BEAT,. SIXTIES BEAT a été créé afin de mettre à la disposition de tous, quarante années d'archives personnelles, pochettes de disques et CDS, photos, couvertures de magasines, coupures de presse, affiches etc... Sixties Beat est entièrement consacré à la "British et Américan Music" des années 50, 60 et 70. Merci pour votre visite et à bientôt sur SIXTIES BEAT. PhIl Taylor

Bill Haley and The Comets "Rock Around the Clock" Godfather Actors, The Godfather, Baby Boomer Era, Bill Haley, Rock Around The Clock, My Favorite Music, No One Loves Me, Rock N Roll, My Music

Baby Boomer eMuseum

Browse the galleries of 1600+ entries (fads, foods, cars, TV, etc.) from the '50s and '60s, and share your memories of the Baby Boomer era.

The ORIGINAL: This photo by Tommy Edwards shows Elvis Presley shaking hands with Bill Haley at Brooklyn High School Auditorium in Cleveland, OH on Thursday, October Elvis Presley, Rock And Roll, Rock N, Cotton Bowl, U2 Zooropa, Tommy Edwards, Bill Haley, Rock Around The Clock, Young Elvis

Cleveland, Ohio | October 20, 1955 | Elvis Changes Rock Forever

This is a show put together by Cleveland DJ Bill Randle who in his October column in the 'Cleveland Press', describes the film to be made from it, a Universal Picture in with Randle will be 'supported by Pat Boone, The Four Lads, Bill Haley and his Comets, and the phenomenal Elvis Presley. Called 'Top Jock' [or 'A Day In The Life of a Famous Disc Jockey'], the film will run about 15 minutes when it hits your movie house'.