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Also called the "doo-wop progression" or the "Stand By Me changes", the 50s progression was used extensively in popular music of the 1950s.
The blues progression is not just the bedrock of the blues; it's also the foundation of rock and roll, serving as the basis of everything from "Johny B. Goode" to "Rock and Roll" by Led Zeppelin.
The I-V-vi-IV progression doesn't have a catchy name, but it might be the catchiest (and most commonly utilized) chord progression at all. It's featured in famous songs such as "Let It Be" and "Don't Stop Believing". In fact, the I-V-vi-IV progression is used so often it's spanwed videos about its ubiquity.