1950S SONGS: Oh, the 1950’s. This is the decade most people of any age would love to experience, or re-experience.
For many people today, it still conjures up an image of innocence, even in the music from the 50s. In addition to 50s songs, we think of bobby socks, saddle shoes, poodle skirts, pearl necklaces, white sunglasses, ponytails, crew cuts, pompadours, greasers, T-Birds, cruising, drive-ins, diners, hula-hoops, Barbie, Silly Putty, jukeboxes, American Bandstand, hops, doo-wop, rockabilly and so much more.
Music in the 50s introduced us to rock and roll. Although the exact start of rock and roll has long been a big debate, many universally consider the 1955 song “Rock Around The Clock” by Bill Haley And His Comets to be the first rock and roll song.
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Frankie Avalon, Tony Bennett, Chuck Berry, Pat Boone, Teresa Brewer, Johnny Cash, Nat King Cole, Perry Como, Bobby Darin, Doris Day, Fats Domino, the Everly Brothers, Buddy Holly and The Crickets, Jerry Lee Lewis, Little Richard, Dean Martin, the McGuire Sisters, Ricky Nelson, Patti Page, the Platters, Frank Sinatra, Andy Williams, and, especially, Elvis Presley were all wildly popular for 1950s music.
Popular songs included Black Hills Of Dakota, Blue Moon Of Kentucky, Crying In The Chapel, Dragnet, Goodnight Sweetheart Goodnight, Moonlight Serenade, That's All Right Mama, Rock Around The Clock, The Yellow Rose Of Texas, Love Is A Many Splendored Thing, Autumn Leaves, Sixteen Tons, Memories Are Made Of This, Rock And Roll Waltz, Lisbon Antigua, Poor People Of Paris, Heartbreak Hotel, The Wayward Wind, I Want You I Need You I Love You, Too Much, Young Love, Party Doll, Round And Round, All Shook Up, Love Letters In The Sand, (Let Me Be Your) Teddy Bear, At The Hop, Don't, Tequila, Twilight Time, Witch Doctor, All I Have To Do Is Dream, The Purple People Eater, Smoke Gets In Your Eyes, Stagger Lee, Venus, Come Softly To Me, The Happy Organ, Kansas City, The Battle Of New Orleans and so much more.
So, sit back and click below to take a little tour of the songs from the Fabulous Fifties!
Tell us what your favorite 1950s Songs, Albums And Memories are - and why!