Definition of rockabilly in English:

rockabilly

Syllabification: rock·a·bil·ly
Pronunciation: /ˈräkəˌbilē
 
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noun

A type of popular music, originating in the southeastern US in the 1950s, combining elements of rock and roll and country music.
More example sentences
  • I wanted guys who were hot musicians who didn't have grounding in rockabilly or country or blues.
  • This first release more than conveys the excitement these boys bring to the tried and true rockabilly of the past.
  • The film shows us the early years at Sun Records, where rock and roll was born - the artists on the label brought country and rockabilly and the blues and gospel together.

Origin

1950s: blend of rock and roll and hillbilly.

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