Get Rhythm, Johnny Cash and The Tennessee Two (1956) Originally calling themselves Johnny Cash and The Tennessee Three, Sun Records owner Sam Phillips suggested they go with The Tennessee Two after steel guitarist A.W. ‘Red’ Kernodle became too nervous to play and left the studio, leaving Luther Perkins (Fender electric guitar) and Marshall Grant (upright bass). By 1953 drummer W.S. Holland joined the band, and they eventually became The Tennessee Three again.
Kitty sings the blues [sound up].
How to enter a crowd in Paducah, Kentucky.
Seven seconds of contentment [via Bunkerville].
The Melbourne Bouncy Castle King [h/t Gord S.].
Spoiler alert: C is for the Capsule [via Mme. Jujujive].
The big band jazz of Jonny Quest [via Memo Of The Air].
The Atomic Energy Merit Badge begat The Radioactive Boy Scout.
[Top image: 1958 Cadillac Fleetwood tail light found here.]
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