The eclectic combination of all popular styles, Rock and Roll defined the new movement of music just for music’s sake. Alan Freed first dubbed this combination of blues, soul, country, bluegrass, and jazz, “Rock and Roll” while working as a DJ in the 1950’s.
Closely related to Pop, this diverse category is used to describe the wide range of popular music which is alternative to Country and Western.
|Rank||Play||Loved||Artist and track name|
|1||Chuck Berry — Johnny B. Goode|
|2||Little Richard — Tutti Frutti|
|3||Elvis Presley — Jailhouse Rock|
|4||Jerry Lee Lewis — Great Balls of Fire|
|5||Bill Haley & His Comets — Rock Around the Clock|
|6||Little Richard — Long Tall Sally|
|7||Chuck Berry — You Never Can Tell|
|8||Chuck Berry — Roll over Beethoven|
|9||Elvis Presley — Hound Dog|
|10||Eddie Cochran — Summertime Blues|