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Rock 'n' Roll
Transcript of Rock 'n' Roll
Alan Freed History of Rock 'n' Roll and its impact on modern music Birth of Rock 'n' Roll Outline Birth and development of rock 'n' roll
Birth of rockabilly
Decline in popularity and "Britain Invasion"
Impact on modern music
Memphis The Capital of Rock 'n' Roll
Motherland of Rock and Roll In Memphis were written first songs of Elvis Presley and Carl Perkins Memphis became the center of rock 'n' roll and rockabilly Rock 'n' roll development In 1954 Bill Haley recorded "Rock around the clock", which played a key role in the popularization of rock and roll Elvis recorded his first song "That's alright mama" Elvis played "Jailhouse Rock" in the same film. This song became #67 of Rolling Stone's 500 Greatest Songs of All Time 1954
1956 1957 King of Rock 'n' Roll Elvis recorded "Heartbreak Hotel", it brought him World fame Rock began to spread all around the world Rock and roll is eternal, because it is simple, there is nothing superfluous. Its rhythm penetrates through all obstacles. Their music has penetrated in us forever.
John Lennon Rock 'n' Roll made a great impact on world music.
E.g. The Beatles formed under the influence of rock. Rock 'n' Roll gave birth to the new genre "Rock" and its directions as Punk Rock, Grunge, Alternative rock and etc. Rock n roll changed world music forever. Modern pop performers and artist still using elements of rock & roll.