Interests: Real music
Bo Diddley (1928-2008) On November 20, 1955, he appeared on The Ed Sullivan Show, where he infuriated the host. "I did two songs and he got mad," Bo later recalled. "Ed Sullivan said that I was one of the first colored boys to ever double-cross him. Said that I wouldn't last six months". The show had requested that he sing the Merle Travis-penned Tennessee Ernie Ford hit "Sixteen Tons", but when he appeared on stage, he sang "Bo Diddley" instead.
howlin' wolf and muddy waters
Jerry Lee Lewis, Carl Perkins, Elvis Presley and Johnny Cash.
The number one song on June 18, 1962...how cool for me!
Amazing Grace- Celtic Thunder Damo's part kills me. I'm honest.
Mustang Sally by Wilson Pickett
"Stayin' alive, stayin' alive! Ah! Ah! Ah! Ah! Stayin' aliiiiiiiiiiive!"
Johnny Cash “Folsom Prison Blues” Live From San Quentin,1969
bob marley and jimi hendrix, 1972.
Jimi Hendrix with his first electric guitar , Seattle, 1957