For the TV program, see History of Rock 'n' Roll (TV series) · Rock and roll
emerged as a defined musical style in the United States in the early to mid-1950s
Oct 18, 2013 ... How do you define rock and roll? Each year, with the announcement of the next
class of nominees for induction into the Rock & Roll Hall of ...
Emerging in 1954–55, rock music was initially referred to as "rock 'n' roll." After
1964 it was simply called "rock music." The change in terminology indicates both
Apr 16, 2004 ... In the Newcastle offices of Britain's longest-running rock'n'roll magazine, Now Dig
This!, editor Tony Cajiao lets out a hollow chuckle. "It's like ...
Sep 18, 2013 ... There are some common stories about where rock 'n' roll came from, but a ... And
what about the other origin story for rock - that it came from ...
Aug 1, 2011 ... I was told that the term “Rock n Roll” was a Second World War military .... My
music teacher told us that she read that the phrase originated ...
Sep 21, 2004 ... Little Richard once said, "The blues had an illegitimate baby and we named it
rock 'n' roll." This is a fair and clever summary of what happened ...
The term 'rock and roll' is now so familiar to us that few ask where it got its origins
and how the name came about. While there are many theories on the ...
Rock-and-Roll (räk'n roll') n. first so used (1951) by Alan Freed, Cleveland disc
jockey, taken from the song "My Baby Rocks Me with a Steady Roll". The use of ...
May 30, 2009 ... What was the origin of rock and roll? Scholars (and by scholars I mean stoner
music majors) have debated it for centuries, at least as far back ...