Curb Records is releasing a compilation of Sun Records artists in celebration of the 60th Anniversary. It’s hard to believe 60 years ago Sam Phillips started this independent label & recording studio that blossomed into the collection of iconic artists in which it is today.

The 2-CD compilation will hit shelves on April 17th and contains 60 tracks from iconic artists. Of the 60 songs, most notable are two Elvis Presley tracks cut before his signing at Sun Records, as well as three Sun tracks; “BB’s Blues” by BB King, produced by Sam Phillips for the RPM Label; and what many consider the first Rock & Roll recording “Rocket 88” by Jackie Brenston, also produced by Sam Phillips for Chess Records. Other Sun artists featured in the compilation include Jerry Lee Lewis, Carl Perkins, Roy Orbison, The Prisonaires, and of course Johnny Cash.

2 thoughts on “Sun Records – 60th Anniversary

  1. Robert Glover

    I am 61 years old. I have been rocking and rolling as a guitar player for 47 of those years. ALL THANKS TO YOU GUYS!!!
    SO HAPPY BIRTHDAY TO US ALL…and while I can’t possibly forget where I come from, lets not forget some of the most defining moments of our lives. When you can’t believe in music you can’t believe in anything. SO BELIEVE! It will change your life. I promise.

  2. nigel

    like to wish sun records happy birthday long live sun music forever 49 year old mad rockabilly music

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