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.
The track includes four of some of his most famous tunes, My Favorite Things, Everytime We Say Goodbye, Summertime, and But Not for Me. The album was recorded at Atlantic Studios, New York, NY. My Favorite Things, recorded on October 21, 1960, Summertime, recorded on October 24, 1960, Everytime We Say Goodbye and But Not For Me, were both recorded on October 26, 1960. The album’s big day it came out to public was in 1961 and fans loved the sound they heard coming from Mr. Coltrane. My Favorite Things is the longest tune on the album being 13 minutes and 44 seconds.
With nine studio albums and twenty-five mixtapes, all eyes are on Lil Wayne to see what is bound to come next. Wayne is my favorite choice as a “National Living Treasure” because when people listen and hear what Wayne is speaking about in his songs, they become inspired and motivated. For example, If Lil Wayne talked positively about President Obama in a song, I believe his polls would increase just because the rapper is that influential over his fans. If put to good use I think Wayne could become a very inspirational and motivational speaker, who catches the attention of millions of people. With his most recent album, The Carter IV, selling over three million copies in only five months; all he has to do is say something negative or positive about someone and all of his fans automatically have the same opinion.
In 1960, Stewart recorded a group called the Mar-Keys. The Mar-Keys recorded an instrumental named "Last Night" that became a big hit for Estelle and Jim. When this song started up the charts, Jim Stewart became aware of another record company in California called "Satellite" so rather than risking a lawsuit, the name of the company was changed to "Stax," the ST from Stewart and the AX from Axton . Stax Records brought together many soul artists to their label. Musicians from all different races were coming together and playing and recording their passions through music.
 A few black rhythm and blues musicians, notably Louis Jordan, the Mills Brothers, and The Ink Spots, achieved crossover success; in some cases (such as Jordan's "Choo Choo Ch'Boogie") this success was achieved with songs written by white songwriters.  The Western swing genre in the 1930s, generally played by white musicians, also drew heavily on the blues and in turn directly influenced rockabilly and rock and roll, as can be heard, for example, on Elvis Presley's "Jailhouse Rock" (1957).  Going back even further, rock and roll can trace one lineage to the old Five Points, Manhattan district of mid-19th century New York City, the scene of the first fusion of heavily
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.
Michael Jackson is a musician that so many other musicians look up to for the style of music he sings as well as his dance moves. Michael Jackson has a style of his own. This is what attracted me to write about this album. This album was made after he died, however, he planned to do a 50 concert show with all of the songs in it. The album has songs on it the were unreleased by Michael Jackson.
Motown’s first movie “lady sings the blue” proved to be a super hit. Both Gordy and de passé were nominated for Academic awards. De Passes’ accomplishments at Motown records were among the few bright spots during the 1970’s. Then the most damaging failure Gordy had to face in 1978 and lost over $20 million. So in 1980 Gordy turned to de passé.
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.