Throwback royalty-free 1950s music with radio pop tones and upbeat rock and roll vibes. Full of sugary hooks, this retro bubblegum pop song will transport you back to a time of the happy go lucky innocence of the 50s.
You’ll find yourself tapping your feet to the beat and humming along to its fun and catchy melody. This Fifties era track is friendly, energetic, and feel-good, with a playful instrumental and lively tempo that make it full of sunshine & smiles. It’s the perfect breezy soundtrack to a carefree summer day.
This royalty-free 1950s music makes ideal background music for fun TV advertising, web, radio, films, vlog, lifestyle, movie trailers, YouTube, business & corporate, celebration & party, marketing, web adverts, kids/children, vintage wedding, pets, baby, family videos, travel, video games, apps, presentation, church, commercials, animation, cartoons, podcasting, audiobooks, and more!
Copyright claims from Blue Fox Music are nothing to worry about and simply means you are not able to monetize that video. If you are using a free download without a license, then you may receive a copyright claim. To clear the claim, you will have to purchase a license. If you are seeing a copyright claim and have previously purchased a license, please email us your video URL at: firstname.lastname@example.org and we’ll get it sorted for you.
What’s the catch? Why is it free?
Not everyone wants to pay upfront for using music – particularly if you’re just getting started. Unlike other royalty free music sites, we decided to remove all barriers to accessing the music. If you use a free (unlicensed) version of our tracks, Youtube may recognise the music and place an advert on your video. We’ll probably earn a few cents for our work and you’ll avoid dropping any of your hard-earned cash on our music. You’ll always have the option to pay for a basic license to remove the copyright claim at any time and monetize your content – highly recommended if your videos start getting popular!
Can I get permission to use this track for reasons not listed above?