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July 1956 - Capitol Records signs up-and-coming rockabilly singer Wanda Jackson and releases "I Gotta Know" which goes to #15 on the Country Charts.

July 1956 - Capitol Records signs up-and-coming rockabilly singer Wanda Jackson and releases "I Gotta Know" which goes to #15 on the Country Charts.

“That’s what Rockabilly music, or Rock n’ Roll was to begin with … a country man’s song with a black man’s rhythm.  I just put a little speed into some of the slow Blue’s licks.”  -Carl Perkins

“That’s what Rockabilly music, or Rock n’ Roll was to begin with … a country man’s song with a black man’s rhythm. I just put a little speed into some of the slow Blue’s licks.” -Carl Perkins

Elvis Presley at Fort Dix, New Jersey, shortly before his discharge from the U.S. Army, March 1960.

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Elvis Presley at Fort Dix, New Jersey, shortly before his discharge from the U.S. Army, March 1960.

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