What The 50’s Music was Like

I believe the 1950’s music was the era that propelled music of today to go to the extremes and succeed higher in this subject. Music is very important to all of us. It is what makes us happy and not dwell over the ugly reality that is happening in this world. We should be fortunate that we are in a safe place. In the 50’s we have had celebrities like Jerry Lee Lewis, Elvis Presley, Patsy Cline, Johnny Cash, The temptations, and many more. The ones that I always remember is the music of the Beatles. They were an awesome group and I can never forget Elvis Presley. Elvis before he sang country and gospel music. I never heard any of his country music and gospel music, but his rock music is enough to be entertained by. This was the decade that started the music revolution. I could hear the song, “Great Balls of Fire” by Jerry Lee Lewis. He also has great songs that I love to listen to. The music of now there are many of them and it is continuing to hear more new ones ahead in the future. The 50’s music was the important one that started it all. If it wasn’t for it, then life for all of us would be boring. Thank God it is not.


My Favorite All-Time Song is…

My favorite all-time song is Happy People by Little Big Town

I love the song because only the people that are nice are truly happy and never fight and betray against anyone. People who betray others that didn’t do anything to them aren’t happy people and they are depressed negative people. Nice people are happy people who only believe in love and compassion. This is why it is my all-time favorite song. Love always wins. 🙂 ❤

(RIP) Dolores O’Riordan

I remember that I’ve listened to The Cranberries. I still always love their music. I am saddened for the loss of Dolores O’Riordan. I bet she was a great person, even if I never knew her. RIP Dolores O’Riordan, may you have all your glory with God in Heaven. We will all miss you. I will mourn her. I love The Cranberries and her music. Bye, Dolores O’Riordan. It’s been an honor and a pleasure having you here. May you rest in peace. A tribute to Dolores O’Riordan, and our final goodbye to her.