Besides you can figure out your partners gender before you talk to her or him. There are many online users on the site, it won’t be problem for you to chat with girls or guys on video chat rooms. "Million Dollar Quartet" is the name given to recordings made on Tuesday December 4, 1956 in the Sun Record Studios in Memphis, Tennessee.

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The recordings were of an impromptu jam session among Elvis Presley, Jerry Lee Lewis, Carl Perkins, and Johnny Cash.

The jam session seems to have happened by pure chance.Cash claims in Cash that "no one wanted to follow Jerry Lee, not even Elvis." As the session continued, Phillips spotted an opportunity for some publicity and called a local newspaper, the Memphis Press-Scimitar.Bob Johnson, the newspaper’s entertainment editor, came over to the studios accompanied by a UPI representative named Leo Soroca and a photographer.Less than four months earlier, he had appeared on The Ed Sullivan Show, pulling an unheard-of 83% of the television audience, which was estimated at 55 million, the largest in history up to that time.After chatting with Philips in the control room, Presley listened to the playback of Perkins’ session, which he pronounced to be good.Chat Avenue was originally established clear back in 1999, and it still maintains a sort of vintage old school design theme – definitely hasn’t been Web 2.0-ified.