(performer: "Crazy Man Crazy") / (writer: "Crazy Man Crazy")
(TV Series) (performer - 2 episodes)
... (performer: "See You Later Alligator")
("ROCK-A-BEATIN' BOOGIE") / (performer: "ROCK-A-BEATIN' BOOGIE")
(performer: " (We're Gonna) Rock Around the Clock")
(performer: "See You Later Alligator")
(TV Series) (performer - 1 episode)
- We zijn nog jong
... (performer: "Blue Suede Shoes", "My Special Angel", "Whole Lotta Shakin' Goin' On" - uncredited)
(performer: "Rip It Up", "Shake, Rattle and Roll")
(performer: "Ooh! Look-A There, Ain't She Pretty")
(writer: "La Tierra de las Mil Danzas" - as Billy Haley)
(TV Series) (writer - 1 episode)
Don't Knock the Rock
(writer: "Calling All Comets", "Hot Dog, Buddy Buddy", "Hook, Line and Sinker")
Round Up of Rhythm
(Short) ("Crazy Man Crazy", "Shake Rattle and Roll", "Straight Jacket")
1950: One early single ("My Sweet Little Girl From Nevada") released under the name Reno Browne and Her Buckaroos to tie in with the popularity of the western film star, though she did not participate.
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2 Portrayals |
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Bill Haley and His Comets | Bill Haley and the Comets
Did You Know?
"I was too shy to play in public. He (manager of the Booth Corners Auction Mart) asked me to sing for his big audience -- but I never figured I'd have the nerve. What I didn't know is that he had secretly rigged a microphone in his office and some loudspeakers in the mart. So I had my first audience before I knew about it. And they seemed to like it all right. So I went on doing it -- out in ...
He built a house called Melody Manor in 1955 for his second wife (and wife at the time) Cuppy (real name Barbara Joan Cupchak) and their then-two children. Yearly memorable Christmas parties for all of the Comets and their families were thrown there. When Haley and Cuppy divorced in 1960, Cuppy's lawyers claimed Melody Manor, and Haley "shuffled around in cheap motels until he could no longer ...
Red plaid jackets (1950s)
Original King of Rock and Roll