Rolling Stone Magazine Lists 500 Greatest Songs Of All Time

500 Greatest Songs Of ALL TIME!

Songs Released On Sun Records:
#30. Johnny Cash – “I Walk The Line”
#61. Jerry Lee Lewis – “Whole Lot Of Shakin’ Going On”
#77. Elvis Presley – “Mystery Train”
#95. Carl Perkins – “Blue Suede Shoes”
#96. Jerry Lee Lewis – “Great Balls Of Fire”
#113. Elvis Presley – “That’s All Right”
#163. Johnny Cash – “Folsom Prison Blues”

Songs Released by Sun Entertainment Corporation:
#284. Dixie Cups – “Chapel Of Love”

Songs by Artists that started their career at Sun Records:
#19. Elvis Presley – “Hound Dog”
#45. Elvis Presley – “Heartbreak Hotel”
#67. Elvis Presley – “Jailhouse Rock”
#69. Roy Orbison – “Crying”
#87. Johnny Cash – “Ring Of Fire”
#91. Elvis Presley – “Suspicious Minds”
#185. B.B. King    – “The Thrill Is Gone”
#200. Elvis Presley – “Don’t Be Cruel”
#221. Howlin’ Wolf – “Spoonful”
#224. Roy Orbison – “Oh, Pretty Woman”
#234. Roy Orbison – “Only The Lonely”
#291. Howlin’ Wolf – “Smokestack Lightning”
#319. Roy Orbison – “In Dreams”
#361. Elvis Presley – “All Shook Up”
#403. Elvis Presley – “Can’t Help Falling In Love”
#430. Elvis Presley – “Blue Suede Shoes”
#444. Elvis Presley – “Love Me Tender”

3 thoughts on “Rolling Stone Magazine Lists 500 Greatest Songs Of All Time

  1. Yes, he was a great singer and I am proud to say that I have an original 45 by him on the sun label. THANKS!

  2. Entering a new school, Milam, for sixth grade in September 1946, Presley was regarded as a loner. The following year, he began bringing his guitar in on a daily basis. He played and sang during lunchtime, and was often teased as a “trashy” kid who played hillbilly music. The family was by then living in a largely African-American neighborhood.

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