Known as the "Father of Soul", he played the piano and is noted for having written the Georgia State Song " Georgia on my mind".
Blind from the age of seven, he is noted of wearing sunglasses at every performance.
Famous for "Hound Dog" performances, where he swayed his hips and caused a riot.
One of the pioneers of rock and roll, he's referred to as the King.
Learned how to sing at her Baptist church, her style was influenced by gospel roots.
Gained great success as a blues and R&B singer, famous for smooth style in "At Last".
"That'll Be the Day", his most notable single, was his first released single with "The Crickets".
His trademark look incorporated "Clark Kent"- style glasses.
Jerry Lee Lewis
Was expelled from Bible school for playing piano his own unique way. Replaced Elvis as Sun Records' main Rock-n-Roll attraction after Elvis "left the building".
Known as one of the first "funk rock" artists, he helped define Rock-n-Roll's direction with the song "Tutti Frutti".
After an arrest as a teenager for armed robbery, he was inspired after recording a record with Muddy Waters.
"Johnny Be Good" embodies his trademark sound as one of the greatest early rock hits of all time.