rock n roll on the jukebox
New Songs added to the Jukebox!
Since I don’t have You, by the Skyliners, Oh What a Night by the Dells, Tonite Tonite by the Mello-Kings, Great Balls of Fire by Jerry Lee Lewis, Oh Boy by Buddy Holly, Come Softly by The Fleetwoods, Johhny B Goode by Chuck Berry, Sea of of of Love by Phil Phillip, Charlie Brown by the Coasters.
I’ll be adding the number one hits of the 1950’s from Billboard.
Songs that Reached number one by Artist(s)
Single Record labels and Weeks at number one.
January 7, 1950 Gene Autry “Rudolph, The Red-nosed Reindeer”
January 14, 1950 The Andrews Sisters “I Can Dream, Can’t I”
February 11, 1950 The Ames Brothers “Rag Mop”
February 18, 1950 Red Foley “Chattanoogie Shoe Shine Boy”
March 18, 1950 Teresa Brewer “Music! Music! Music!”
April 15, 1950 Eileen Barton “If I Knew You Were Comin’ I’d’ve Baked a Cake”
National (local); Mercury (nationwide)
April 29, 1950 Anton Karas “The Third Man Theme”
July 15, 1950 Nat King Cole “Mona Lisa”
August 19, 1950 Gordon Jenkins and The Weavers “Goodnight Irene”♪ (1950)
November 18, 1950 Sammy Kaye “Harbor Lights”
December 2, 1950 Phil Harris “The Thing”
December 30, 1950 Patti Page “The Tennessee Waltz”
I’ll be adding more over time.
Rock N Roll
I added some more great music to the jukesbox from, Dion and the Belmonts, The Shannri-Las, and the Everly Brothers!
I added a few songs from the 1960’s some were recorded live as well I added the thr Supremes, the Chiffons, Martha and the Vandelas and of couse the Beatles! I’ll be adding more over time they’re playing on the Jukebox.. Peace out!
Don and Phil Everly were a big part of the 50’s rock and roll music! I remember songs like: All I have to do is dream, Wake up little Susie and more. What great voices they had and Love their songs today!
American bandstand show
I remember coming home from school and watching American Bandstand! It was great listening to the latest hits and dance craze like the stroll and more.
And the guests stars of the time like: Paul Anka, Frankie Avalon, the great Connie Francis and more, what a great show and great rock and roll!