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Many have called Little Richard the architect of rock and roll, putting together the mix of music and style that would come to shape popular music.
Then there’s someone like Lil Peep, who literally fused the concept of rock and roll with rap music.
For a rock and roll look, rim your eyes in black pencil — and really lay it on thick — then diffuse the pigment up and out with a domed shadow brush.
Perhaps the Saints just went rogue to honor a hometown rock and roll icon.
After the safety fair, from 2:30 to 5 p.m., The Wild Nights Band — billed as Southern California’s premier rock and roll dance band — will perform in a benefit concert at Webb Park.
The quandary of Simone’s longtime omission is a subset of the larger question the Hall of Fame asks: What is rock and roll?
Wenner launched Rolling Stone on the back of the 1967 Monterrey Pop Festival, a time when rock and roll exploded into the mainstream, and bands from San Francisco to Detroit were generating then-unheard of record contracts.
The generic look at that point [mid 2000s] was very slim and rock and roll, very Dior Homme-esque.
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