Floyd Cramer’s unique slip-note style became a key “Nashville sound” of the 1950s and 1960s and influenced a generation of pianists.
Don Everly, the last brother of what Rolling Stone Magazine called “the most important vocal duo in rock” died Saturday at the age of 84.
Otis Redding, 26, and five teenage members of his band were killed Dec. 10, 1967, when their twin-engine aircraft plunged into frigid Lake Monona in Wisconsin.
Paul McCartney’s rock anthem ‘Hey Jude’ was released on this day August 26, 1968. His notes for the song — a few lines scribbled on a piece of paper — sold for $910,000 at auction.