Hawaiian Country Rock - 1950s

The Hawaiian steel guitar, with its smooth, shivering sound, made its way to the US Mainland, where in the early 1900s, it showed up in blues and hillbilly music.
But the most important result of this trend was that country acts began adding steel guitarists to their rosters.
The 1950s developed a whole new type of music called Rock n’ Roll, created from a mix of rhythm and blues, and a little bit of country.
The 1950s country music had a mix of blues and rock n’ roll in it.
And in the 1950s, many country artists recorded Hawaiian tribute songs.
We’ll share those recordings from 1984 with you.

This week's playlist:

1- Hula Rock – Hank Snow
2- Hootchy Kootchy Henry From Hawaii – Mictchell Torok
3- Hawaiian Cowboy – Rex Allen
4- Me Rock A Hula – Bill Haley and his Comets
5- Lula Rock A Hula – Teresa Brewer
6- Hula Love – Buddy Knox
7- Bop A Hula – Jimmy C. Newman
8- Hawaiian Seabreeze – Skeets McDonald
9- Blue Hawaii – Hank Locklin
10- Hillbilly Hula – Jenks “Tex” Carman
11- Everybody Does It In Hawaii – Jimmie Rogers
12- Aloha Oe – Marty Robbins

Length: 54:38
Released on: 08-16-2019
Artist/Compiled by: Various Artists

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