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Buddy Holly - Not Fade Away - 1957 - when I went to see the stage show of The Buddy Holly Story I had a sore throat from singing along and red eyes from crying - what a state to get into ;

Buddy Holly … Making it possible for any spotty third former to be a rock’n’roll star.

Buddy Holly: the rocker next door – a classic profile by Mick Farren

Buddy Holly … Making it possible for any spotty third former to be a rock’n’roll star.

Buddy Holly - True Love Ways, Dearest, Listen To Me, Everyday

Buddy Holly - True Love Ways, Dearest, Listen To Me, Everyday

Buddy Holly & The Crickets. 55 years ago, the day the music died, February 3 1959

Buddy Holly & The Crickets Charles "Buddy" Hardin Holly, Lubbock TX, private plane crash.

Buddy Holly (7 Sep 1936 - 3 Feb 1959) was an American musician & singer/songwriter who was a central figure of 50's rock & roll. His work with the band, the Crickets, defined the tradition of rock-n-roll lineup of 2 guitars, bass, & drums, and he was considered a 50's icon on par with Elvis, & Ed Sullivan. His untimely death in a plane crash, alongside fellow musician Ritchie Valens, is referred to as The Day the Music Died.

Image detail for -Buddy Holly’s real name was Charles Hardin Holley. When Buddy .

images of buddy holly | El Rock'n'Roll murió cuando murió Buddy Holly .....

herekitty: Legendary guitar player, Buddy Holly, celebrates a birthday today.

The Hollywood Archive Buddy Holly - Buddy Holly's plane crashes on this date in 1959

“RT RockHistoryPics: The amazing Buddy Holly would be 80 today but died at age 22 in a plane crash.

Buddy Holly recording at Bradley’s Barn in Nashville, July 22, 1956

Buddy Holly recording at Bradley’s Barn in Nashville, July for this photograph.Buddy Holly is still a huge inspiration in my life .

Buddy Holly & His Crickets performing "That'll Be The Day" on 'The Ed Sullivan Show' on December 1st, 1957—fifty-seven years ago today (February 3rd, 1959) he was killed in a plane crash alongside Ritchie Valens and The Big Bopper, near Clear Lake, Iowa. #thedaythemusicdied #buddyholly

Buddy Holly & His Crickets performing "That'll Be The Day" on 'The Ed Sullivan Show' on December years ago today (February he was killed in a plane crash alongside Ritchie Valens and The Big Bopper, near Clear Lake, Iowa.

Charles Hardin Holley

Foto de Buddy Holly — backstage at the Winter Dance Party the night before Buddy died.

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