Rock On! is the 12th studio album by American rock singer Del Shannon, released posthumously in 1991. Shannon returned to the studio after a long hiatus in 1990, collaborating with Jeff Lynne of the Electric Light Orchestra, Mike Campbell, Tom Petty, other members of Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers, and Richard Greene. Shannon committed suicide on February 8, 1990, and the album was completed for release on October 1, 1991.
Bear Family Records has presented us with the ultimate Del Shannon package…a gorgeously prepared feast for eyes and ears ! Rock historian Brian C. Young provides an in-depth bio of this great pioneer of rock, along with a detailed "sessionography," many rare and previously unseen photos, foreign record covers and other long dreamed-of delights. The musical magic consists of 8 CDs…6 CDs of fully-finished studio tracks, including several never-before-released gems, and 2 CDs of ultra-rare "demos"…one from Del's pre-"Runaway" days and a second that covers the final years covered by this package (1960-1970).
An entertaining and instructive lesson from Double Trouble Bassist Tommy Shannon. Aided by Arlen Roth and Chris Layton, Tommy shows you how to play basic blues riffs, playing on 2 and 4, closed position, special walking patterns, 1/2 step passing notes, muting, walking bass skips, rolling picking touch, flatpicking, and New Orleans style. A truly great bass lesson!
In 1985, released her second album, . The title track was the first single and it became her third single to appear on the Hot 100, and it reached #1 on the Dance Chart. She scored three more dance hits, including a cover of by Foreigner, and with a video sponsored by Pepsi and Black Angus.
Del Shannon (born Charles Weedon Westover; December 30, 1934 – February 8, 1990) was an American rock and roll singer-songwriter who is best known for his 1961 No. 1 hit "Runaway"
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