In 2020, we lost Little Richard, a rock ‘n’ roll pioneer, who amazed us with electrifying piano skills and a style that couldn’t be imitated. Little Richard leaves a legacy few in the music industry get to realize and a number of hits that are a part of the fabric of American culture and music. It was at a recording session at J & M Studio in New Orleans, Louisiana, where everything would change for Little Richard. During the session, he yelled those famous lines, “Tutti Frutti,” and “A wop bop a loo bop, a lop bam boom!” Releasing songs on Specialty Records, his performances broke color lines and generated hits such as “Rip It Up,” “Long Tall Sally,” “Ready Teddy,” “Good Golly, Miss Molly,” and “Send Me Some Lovin’,” among others. In the mid-1950s, his croons, wails, and screams were new to popular music and made a distinguishing impression from other artists. Along with Elvis Presley, Little Richard’s singing and musicianship inspired up-and-coming rock musicians. His success and notoriety got him featured in some of the earliest rock-and-roll movies, like “Don’t Knock the Rock,” “The Girl Can’t Help It” and “Mr. Rock and Roll.