Rock around the Clock
In 1954, Bill Haley recorded "Rock Around The Clock", even before there was a name for the music, which he founded with it: Rock'n'Roll! Before Elvis began his career and Chuck Berry was in the recording studio for the first time, the record sold over 25 million copies. That is 60 years ago and reason enough to get the fathers of Rock'n'Roll back on stage. In addition to "Bill Haley" as the creator of rock'n'roll inspire the artists of Buddy Holly, Johnny Cash, Elvis Presley and Jerry Lee Lewis the audience with songs like "Peggy Sue," "Ring of Fire" and "Great Balls of Fire".