The Rösel Dance School in Wittenberge, Brandenburg, first opened its doors in 1846. Two of its students have gone on to reach the top ten of the world's best rock 'n' roll dancers - Tabea and Jonas Gagelmann.
Rock ’n’ roll was born from a spirit of rebellion that questioned authority and the traditional morality of the Christian church. And for many Christian leaders, it was clear that rock music paved the way to damnation.
The Rolling Stones frontman didn't have to wait long for success. But what might have become of Mick Jagger if he didn't get caught urinating by a gas station in 1965? At 75, the bad boy is rocking on.
The Rolling Stones kick off their 2017 "No Filter" European tour this weekend, with some 82,000 fans expected at the Stadtpark in Hamburg. The band continues making rock 'n' roll history after five decades of success.
Known for his distinctive guitar skills and as a pioneer of rock 'n' roll, Chuck Berry has died at the age of 90. He is regarded by many as the individual who most shaped a form of music that would change the world.
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