Rock N’ Roll Day

January 8th Celebrates Rock N’ Roll Day

Today on Days to Remember we celebrate Rock N’ Roll Day, but why is today called Rock N’ Roll Day?

On January 8th 1935 the U.S.A. dubbed Elvis Presley, “The King of Rock N’ Roll,” which happens to be same day as his birthday, to create buzz January 8th is also known as, “Rock N’ Roll Day”.

An American singer and actor, Elvis is regarded as one of the most significant cultural icons of the 20th century; he is often referred to as “the King of Rock and Roll”, or simply, “the King”.

Did you know July 13th is celebrated as International Rock N’ Roll Day?

The 13th of July is known in Brazil as World Day of Rock. The day celebrates the annual rock and was chosen in honor of Live Aid mega event that happened on that day in 1985. The celebration is a reference to a desire expressed by Phil Collins, participant of the event, which one would it be considered “global day of rock.”

Despite being called “World Day of Rock”, the date is only celebrated in Brazil.

However Rock N’ Roll has been around for a long even before Elvis came about, but this unofficial holiday holds bearing too Elvis being dubbed the King of Rock N’ Roll.

It’s pretty much stereotype buzz that was created on Elvis’s Birthday.

So if your into Elvis or not, today’s is about celebrating your Rock N’ Roll roots if you have any?

Today’s YouTube presentation brought to you by user name, Dev P. is Elvis singing that classic melody called, “Love Me Tender.”

It’s a heartwarming ballad with the lyrics of song starting out with, “Love me tender, love me sweet. Never let me go, you made my life complete, and I love you so.”

As the New Years winds down, and the lyrics with the song above, I like to end this story with one of my favorite quotes from Oprah Winfrey, and I hope it inspires you to carry it through this new year of your life.

“The whole point of being alive is to evolve into the complete person you were intended to be.”

Written & Designed by JD Mitchell
jdmitchelldesigns@gmail.com

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