The roots of Rock ‘n’ Roll are known as Rockabilly. Because this music genre mixes rock with accents of country music, which are known as hillbilly, we got Rockabilly and our world was enriched with a new, delightful music style. Characterized by wild enthusiasm from boogie woogie, western swing influences, a bit of blues and charming rhythm, Rockabilly songs can be still heard on the radio.
The most appreciated Rockabilly musicians
Jerry Lee Lewis, Elvis Presley, Carl Perkins and Johnny Cash are some of the most appreciated rockabilly starts of all times. They charmed our ears with immortal songs and made our hips shake frenetically on the crazy boogies. Can your feet stay still when you hear Elvis’s hits? But the truth is that Elvis Presley was only the flower of Rock ‘n’ Roll. The seeds were planted earlier, and before it would have developed into Rock ‘n’ Roll, this music was known as Rockabilly.
Gene Vincent, Buddy Holly, Wanda Jackson and Roy Orbinson are some of the musicians who brought their contribution for the sprout of Rockabilly and Rock ‘n’ Roll. Some of the best Rockabilly recordings ever are Gin Gilette’s “Train to Satanville”, Bobby Mitchell’s “I’m Gonna Be A Wheel Someday”, “Wake Me Up” of Norman Witcher and “Rockabilly Guy” played by The Polecats. Turn on the music and get ready for an incredible night with your favorite Rockabilly artists!
Many Rockabilly musicians from Sun Records are actually the most appreciated in the world. Carl Perkins’s "Everybody's Trying to Be My Baby” and Elvis Presley’s “Blue Suede Shoes” are some tunes you will love to hear when you hit the nightclubs with your friends. The invigorating Rockabilly songs are playful, filled with shakes and enticing you to dance until your feet will get numb. Who is your favorite Rockabilly musician?