It started in 1953 when Elvis graduated from high school (Watson 20.) That year he recorded a song at Sun records for $4 (Petersen.) Ever since that time period he got busy, In 1954 sam phillips (“Elvis.”) When he started recording there that's where the fame began, everyone loved his music (Watson 29.) Before all this happened he loved music but he also wanted to be a electrician but he just loved music to much (Watson 21.) By 1954 Elvis had 600 orders for his music (Watson 29.)
Kenny Chesney Kenny Chesney was born March 26, 1968 in Knoxville, Tennessee. He went gold with Me and You in 1996, platinum with I Will Stand in 1997 and double platinum with Everywhere We Go in 1999. By 2000, Chesney was a bona fide star who was adored by legions of country music fans. In 2001 he released his first Greatest Hits album. In 2008 he toured, and was nominated for seven CMA Awards.
According to Steven Knopper, a reporter for Rolling Stone, the song We Owned the Night by Lady Antebellum jumped to number 1 in the first week, “selling 347,000 copies” (Knopper). In 2006 Hillary Scott, Charles Kelly, and Dave Haywood came together to create a band, which they later named Lady Antebellum. Lady Antebellum is a family of musicans that has been influenced by artists such as the Allman Brothers Band and The Eagles, and they have won countless awards on their many songs. Many different people have influenced Lady Antebellum. In an interview with the lead guitarist Dave Haywood, Patrick Luce- a reporter for Monsters and Critics, reported that the three of them “pull from vocal groups like the Eagles and Allman Brothers” (Luce).
The band hired Travis Barker; drummer for supporting act The Aquabats after Travis learned the bands 45 minute set in 20 minutes during a tour date. Just two years later Blink 182 had released their third album titles Enema of The State, this album is acclaimed to be what sent Blink 182 into the height of their popularity and the biggest pop-punk act of the era. Three singles released from the album “What’s My Age Again?” “All The Small Things” and “Adam’s Song” all featured major commercial success. Enema Of The State had reached multi-platinum status in almost no time at all Later after Blink’s first major arena tour and cameo appearance on hit film American Pie, the band released their fourth studio album in 2001 named “Take Off Your Pants And Jacket” which debuted at number 1 in Canada, USA and Germany. The singles “First Date” and “The Rock Show” continued the bands mainstream success.
Robert De Niro and Al Pacino are two of the most decorated actors with both men winning their share of awards. The two actors have combined for fourteen Academy Award and twenty-three Golden Globe nominations. Al Pacino won an Academy Award and a Golden Globe for “Scent of a Woman” (best actor, 1993) and another Golden Globe for “Serpico” (best actor, 1974). On the other hand, Robert De Niro has won two academy awards for his roles in “Godfather II” (best support actor, 1974) and “Raging Bull” (best actor, 1982). Along with winning an Academy Award for “Raging Bull”, De Niro also won a Golden Globe for the same role.
He gained recognition with the name of Bob Dylan; therefore, he lawfully and officially changed his name to Bob Dylan in August, 1962 (A&E). Basically, his entire career started in 1961, where he left the university and started living in Greenwich Village, New York City. He was inspired by several kinds of music: blues, rock and roll, folk, gospel and country music (Bob). Most of the songs he wrote were related politics, justice, humanity, violence and suffering, etc. In 1963, he had a relationship with Joan Baez, an American folk singer and songwriter known for her soprano style and three-octave vocal range, that lasted two years.
“ Hotel California” is a single song released by the rock band Eagles in 1977. The song was written by Don Felder, Don Henley and Glenn Frey. It remains the best-selling album ever released. The song had sold more than 16 million copies in the United States alone. Looking to the time in which the song was released, the 70s was widely regarded as one of the golden eras of pop.
That is where he came up with the line, “February made me shiver with every paper I delivered”. He wrote the song in 1971 which gave him a number one on the Billboard Charts for four weeks in a row. Charles Hardin Holley better known as Buddy Holly was born September 7, 1963. He was an American singer/songwriter famous for his rock and roll music. Critics claimed he was “the single most influenced creative force” in early rock and roll.
Another famous musician was Elvis Presley who dazzled crowds of his peers with songs like “Heartbreak Hotel”, “Blue Suede Shoes”, and “Jailhouse Rock”. Most of the rock music you heard and listened to was inspired and composed by black musicians and later inherited by whites. Rock music consisted of many styles such as, gospel, country, rhythm and blues, and western music. During the creation of rock music the world was under a lot of stress. There was the Korean War, Vietnam War, and because states were still being segregated the civil rights movement was being established.
during the 1960s, and later the request of the world. Certainly they were the most successful group, with global sales exceeding 1.3 billion albums. During the sixties, The Beatles using revolutionary ideas in their music inspired a generation of young adults across the globe to look at life from their perspective. The Beatles wrote a great deal of incredible songs, they had a substantial amount of fans, and they changed rock and roll forever. I believe that the Beatles are the greatest and most influential band to ever walk this earth.