A Memphis love story, lost for 62 years, is discovered in Sun Studio record

A Memphis love story, lost for 62 years, is discovered in Sun Studio record

On Dec. 4, 1956, Elvis Presley, Jerry Lee Lewis, Carl Perkins and Johnny Cash convened at Sun Studio for a more or less impromptu jam session and intermittent epistemological debate that came to be regarded as a milestone moment in popular music lore. Four days later, five teenagers from East High School entered the same space at 706 Union Ave., gathered around a single microphone and recorded two takes of an original song, “Steady Girl.” Their effort never was released and immediately was forgotten.

Rock Docs: The Story of Memphis’ Black & Wyatt Records

Rock Docs: The Story of Memphis’ Black & Wyatt Records

Black is a pediatric gastroenterologist, and Wyatt is a pediatric nephrologist. They met through their work at Le Bonheur Children's Hospital and bonded over their love of music, particularly Memphis rock-and-roll.