Lee Wilkinson is a comedy entertainer. He is also a singer and guitarist covering music from the 50s, 60s and 70s. Stand up comedy is his forte. You will hear plenty of parodies which are suitable for family audiences. There is also a set suitable specifically for adult audiences. The musicological definition of the term parody has now generally been supplanted by a more general meaning of the word for Lee. Musical parodies may imitate or refer to the peculiar style of a composer or artist, or even a general style of music.
50s 60s 70s Singer Lee Wilkinson
In it’s more contemporary usage, musical parody usually has humorous, even satirical intent, in which familiar musical ideas or lyrics are lifted into a different, often incongruous, context.
The 1950s saw the growth in popularity of the electric guitar (developed and popularised by Les Paul. Paul’s hit records like “How High the Moon” and “The World Is Waiting for the Sunrise”, helped lead to the development of a specifically rock and roll style of playing of such exponents as Chuck Berry, Link Wray and Scotty Moore. Chuck Berry, who is considered to be one of the pioneers of Rock and roll music, refined and developed the major elements that made rock and roll distinctive, focusing on teen life and introducing guitar solos and showmanship that would be a major influence on subsequent rock music. (Wikipedia).
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