List of major broadcast and recording studios of the past that helped to launch Rock ‘n’ Roll.
- Liberty Studios, Los Angeles, California
- Gold Star Studios, Hollywood, California
- Sunset Studios, Hollywood, California
List of independent broadcast and recording studios of the past that helped to launch Rock ‘n’ Roll.
- Sun Records (aka Memphis Recording Service), Memphis Tennessee – the Big Bang of Rock ‘n’ Roll
- Nesman Studios, Wichita Falls, Texas
- Norman Petty Studios, Clovis, New Mexico
- WJW 850 kHz AM Radio, Cleveland, Ohio – original radio home to the Alan Freed Show
- WINS 1010 kHz AM Radio, New York, New York – NYC radio home to the Alan Freed’s Rock ‘n’ Roll Dance Party
- KDAV 580 kHz AM Radio, Lubbock, Texas – known as the Buddy Holly Station, home to the 1953 Sunday Party and the Buddy and Bob Show
- KWKH 1130 kHZ AM Radio, Shreveport, Louisiana – home of the Louisiana Hayride
- WSM 650 kHz AM Radio, Nashville, Tennessee – 50,000-watt AM radio station was original radio home of the Grand Ole Opry and the WSM Barndance
- XERF 1570 kHz AM Radio, Ciudad Acuña, Mexico – originally a 250,000-watt ‘border blaster’ radio station was radio to Wolfman Jack