We have no less than three entries for this musical pioneer:
Bill Haley & His Comets' perennial "Rock Around the Clock" (1954).
Subtitled “The Man Who Turned Jump Blues Into Rock ’n Roll,” this article looks at the story of how Haley managed to create the hybrid genre of Rock ’n Roll and why his own creation left him behind. The article discusses Haley’s four theme albums, and the Comets spinoff group The Jodimars. The Jodimars would later become Bill Haley’s Original Comets, one of rock music’s longest-running nostalgia acts.
There are so many Bill compilations to choose from—which ones are the best? This article offers advice for all levels of Bill Haley interest, with recommendations for Beginning, Intermediate, and Advanced Haley fans, as well as recommendations for obsessed Haley collectors that want it all.
Complete and annotated discography of Haley’s most famous period, spanning 1952 to 1959. Features capsule reviews of the LP’s Bill Haley released for Decca Records, including reviews of his four theme LP’s, Rockin’ The Oldies (1957), Rockin’ Around the World (1958), Bill Haley’s Chicks (1959), and Strictly Instrumental (1959). Especially entertaining is the brutally harsh review of Bill Haley’s second theme LP, Rockin’ Around the World (1958). And did you know that Bill Haley also forayed into Bachelor Pad Music? Check out the review of the fourth theme LP, Strictly Instrumental (1959), for more info on that.