In 1957 The Everly Brothers “Wake Up Little Susie” reaches No.1 on the U.S singles charts

The song went on to became one of Rock and Pop absolute timeless classics

In 1957 The Everly Brothers “Wake Up Little Susie” reaches No.1 on the U.S singles charts

A true Rock N’ Roll classic, “Wake Up Little Susie” by The Everly Brothers reached No.1 on the U.S singles charts on October 14th 1957. The song, which was banned by some U.S radio stations due to what was considered suggestive lyrics at the time, was the first No.1 for the popular duo, “Wake Up Little Susie” was written by the famed country-pop songwriting duoFelice and Boudleaux Bryant that among other songs also wrote “Love Hurts”, “All I Have to Do Is Dream” and “Bye Bye Love.”



Watch The Everly Brothers performing “Wake Up Little Susie” in 1957



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