22 julio 2014

Tommy Sands









1950´s


Johnny Cash


Red


Ernest Tubb & Billy Byrd 1953-1956 (Noel Thibault Collection)







Are You Mine? - Ernest Tubb and Loretta Lynn 









WDIA is a radio station based in Memphis, Tennessee. Active since 1947, it soon became the first radio station in America that was programmed entirely for African Americans. It featured black radio personalities and its black listeners constituted a new market for radio advertisers. The WDIA Goodwill Fund is dedicated to helping and empowering black communities. Owned by Clear Channel Communications, the station's studios are located in Southeast Memphis, and the transmitter site is in North Memphis. B.B. King came to WDIA in early 1949. He had a daily 15-minute show, promoting first a patent medicine called Pep-Ti-Kon, and later Lucky Strike cigarettes, the first major advertiser for the station.



WDIA in 1948

Hungerford furniture advertisement in Memphis 1956


Memphis - The Shortest All Paved Route


TEC 487


July 22, 1956 - Buddy Holly, Quonset Hut


Gira de Sue Moreno & Los Hound Dogs


 


 Sue Moreno en El Pato Negro con Los Hound Dogs 























Con Javi Savoy en el Savoy Club de Gijón









En La Fábrica de Chocolate en Vigo 






18 julio 2014

Espectaculares anoche Sue Moreno & Los Hound Dogs en Ourense! Esta noche más Rock and Roll y Glamour en El Pato Negro!





 We had a great show and a wonderful audience tonight! Never heard that many people request "Fever" as well as "Perfidia" oh yes another bolero. A big Thank you to everyone that came to see the show. Muchas gracias (Sue Moreno)








Photography Juul de Vries









Los Hound Dogs de A Coruña


July 18, 1952


17 julio 2014

17 de Julio de 1958 - Hard Headed Woman de Elvis Presley llega a número 1 / July 17, 1958 - Elvis Presley's "Hard Headed Woman" hits















July 17, 1954 - Session guitarist Danny Cedrone, who had duplicated his solo on Bill Haley and the Comets' "Rock The Joint" for their new single, "Rock Around The Clock," dies after falling down a staircase in a Philadelphia restaurant










Bob Moore and R Stevie Moore - July 1956 (Courtesy of R Stevie Moore)





Stuck On You 


 Danelelectro 6-string Bass : Hank Garland 
Guitar : Scotty Moore 
Guitar : Elvis Presley 
Bass : Bob Moore 
Drums : D.J. Fontana Drums : Murrey "Buddy" Harman 
Piano : Floyd Cramer Backup 
Vocals : The Jordanaires (Gordon Stoker, Hoyt Hawkins, Neal Matthews and Ray Walker)









July 17, 1957


Oldsmobile 88


July 17, 1954 - Saturday. This day marked the professional debut of Sun recording artist Elvis Presley. Scotty and Bill, while making history with Elvis, were also playing a regular weekend gig


Picture July 31, 1954 Backstage Overton Park Shell

16 julio 2014

Textron


Danny & The Juniors - At The Hop

Johnny Cash holds his $10 guitar. He sold appliances door to door before auditioning for and signing with Sam Phillips at Sun Records in Memphis, Tenn


Adelphis - Kiss-A-Kiss (1958)







Ads


Jim Ed Brown and Maxine Brown


Revue


Hank Williams


Buddy Holly


1950´s


The Memphis Boys: Bobby Wood, Reggie Young, Gene Chrisman, and Bobby Emmons Authographs
















Music Note on Beale Street /August, 2012














Marilyn Monroe


Utah


Wanda Jackson






Sparklin' Brown Eyes



July 16, 1955 - Elvis Presley makes his first appearance on the national charts as "Baby, Let's Play House" enters the Cash Box country charts at #15