Carl Perkins - Beatles' early days, GHarrison briefly billed himself Carl Harrison in honor of quick-picking hero. Perkins' bright, trebly style–the rockabilly king picked up from blues players in Tennessee–defined the singles he put out on Sun Records, influenced scores of players from Clapton to Fogerty. "He took country picking into the rock world," Tom Petty has said. "If you want to play Fifties rock & roll, you can either play like Chuck Berry, or you can play like Carl Perkins."
isle of wight fest 1970 david gilmour in audience (of pink floyd) theres another pic of him with paul mccartney at this festival too on one of my other boards.must reorganise these pics/pins properly one day.