Definición de rock and roll en inglés:

rock and roll

Saltos de línea: rock and roll
(also rock 'n' roll)

sustantivo

[mass noun]
A type of popular dance music originating in the 1950s, characterized by a heavy beat and simple melodies. Rock and roll was an amalgam of black rhythm and blues and white country music, usually based around a twelve-bar structure and an instrumentation of guitar, double bass, and drums.
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • Popular music (be it rock and roll, rhythm and blues, country, folk, rap, or whatever) has the power to express and regulate our emotions.
  • It was a time of innocence and fun, an era of rock and roll, black and white TV, and invaders from outer space!
  • Their music used electronic amplification, and was more closely allied to the emerging styles of rhythm and blues and rock and roll.

Derivativos

rock and roller

sustantivo
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • As for the musical numbers, they're standard video stuff with Nesmith playing a few funny characters, like a smooth lounge singer or a smitten '50s rock and roller.
  • I am, after all, a lifelong and unrepentant rock and roller, and I turned out okay.
  • But according to Geldof all this means nothing because first and foremost, he sees himself as a rock and roller.

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