Buddy Holly & The Crickets

Buddy Holly & The Crickets

BUDDY HOLLY d1959. American singer-songwriter and influential early rock n roll pioneer. In just a very short career (lasting no more than a year and a half), his distinctive style and unique Fender guitar sound made him a legend. His innovative work and technique was to inspire many of the greats that followed him including ; The Beatles / The Beach Boys / The Rolling Stones and Bob Dylan. Remembered for a string of classic songs that still sound fresh over 50 years later including ; That'll Be The Day / Everyday / Peggy Sue / Oh Boy / Maybe Baby / Rave On / Heartbeat / Raining In My Heart and True Love Ways. He died aged just 22 in a plane crash, following his concert at The Surf Ballroom Clear Lake Iowa, along with fellow artists Ritchie Valens and The Big Bopper on February 3rd 1959. This day was to become known as "The Day The Music Died". The Crickets bass player Joe B Maudlin died of cancer in Nashville aged 74 on February 7th 2015.

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Maria Elena Holly

Reference Number. 14279L


A good original 2006 index card, clearly signed in black sharpie pen by Maria Elena Holly

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