Rock 'N' Roll Jukebox was recorded Live At The Rock 'N' Roll Palace Orlando, Florida.
Johnny Tillotson In all, Tillotson chalked up 26 charted hits between 1958 and 1965 including "Dreamy Eyes", "Earth Angel", "Poetry In Motion", "Princess, Princess", "It Keeps Right On-A-Hurtin" and "Heartaches By The Number".
Bobby Vee He filled in at the world's first Buddy-less concert as a "fifteen year old" voice that knew all the words to all the songs. In the following thirty plus years Bobby Vee would go on to place thirty-eight songs in the Billboard top 100 charts.
The Platters The Platters were one of the top vocal groups of the 1950's, selling 53 million records and being among the first doo-wop groups to be inducted into the Rock And Roll Hall Of Fame (1990).
The Coasters The Coasters were among the first black singing groups to cross over and to be considered rock and roll. By the end of the Fifties The Coasters were America's most popular black rock and roll group.
Del Shannon An untrained voice with an incredibly high range, Del Shannon had a piercing falsetto that would bring chills down your spine.
Bryan Hyland A teen heart-throb whilst still a teenager himself, Hyland went on to achieve a string of hits worldwide.
Lou Christie The falsetto of Lou Christie soared across the airwaves when his multi-million selling LIGHTNING STRIKES flashed to Number 1. Twenty years later, the song remains a staple of radio stations and is covered by new artists with alarming frequency.
Joey Dee Joey Dee led the house band at New York's Peppermint Lounge, immortalizing the joint in his 1961 chart-topper "Peppermint Twist".