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Not fade away: A tribute to Buddy Holly

Featuring previously unseen shots of Buddy Holly, who died on this day 50 years ago, we celebrate a rock'n'roll pioneer whose life was cut tragically short

Photos show Elvis Presley, Buddy Holly, Chuck Berry at height of fame

Photos have come to light featuring icons like Chuck Berry, Ray Charles, Sam Cooke as well as Presley, Holly, and Brown. They were among the first group inducted in 1986.

3 February 1959: "The Day the Music Died" - This Day in Aviation

3 February 1959: In the late 1950s, “rock and roll” music was becoming increasingly popular in America. Buddy Holly (Charles Hardin Holley) was among the most famous rock and roll singers. While on a concert tour, Holly, formerly of the band The Crickets, chartered a small airplane from Dwyer Flying Service to fly himself and … Continue reading 3 February 1959: “The Day the Music Died” →

Buddy Holly, was a Texas singer-songwriter and a pioneer of rock and roll…

'The Buddy Holly Country Tribute' album features the legends' rock classics with a country spin, as sung by Merle Haggard, T. Graham Brown and more.

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F*** Yeah Buddy Holly!

I might get shit for this, but I never thought of Elvis as the King Of Rock ‘N’ Roll. It’s either Chuck Berry, or this man right here.

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A blog to show love for the late GREAT Buddy Holly and all his endeavors. Feel free to contribute anything you have to offer :)

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November 29, 1957 – Sid Varnes, Cash Box's editor-in-chief, sends a telegram to The Crickets informing them that the Juke Box Operators of America have voted them "Most Promising Vocal Group of 1957." Source: The Buddy Holly Center, 1801 Crickets Ave., Lubbock. @buddyholly @BuddyHollyCtr #ROCkabillyHop #buddyholly #TheCrickets #RocHop #OTD #RockNRoll https://amzn.to/3yMdzdS
July 16, 1957 - Buddy Holly learns from Bob Thiele that "That'll Be The Day" has sold 50,000 records, and an additional 28,000 have been pressed. That evening, Holly goes to see Little Richard perform at Lubbock's Cotton Club. Source: The Buddy Holly Center, 1801 Crickets Ave., Lubbock. @buddyholly @BuddyHollyCtr #ROCkabillyHop #buddyholly #TheCrickets #RocHop https://amzn.to/3MlIPEY
July 8, 1958 - During a performance at Electric Park in Waterloo, Iowa, a photographer asks Buddy Holly to remove his glasses for a picture. Holly replies: "I never have pictures made without my glasses." Source: The Buddy Holly Center, 1801 Crickets Ave., Lubbock. @buddyholly @BuddyHollyCtr #ROCkabillyHop #buddyholly #TheCrickets #RocHop https://amzn.to/3FPaqvT
January 2, 1958 – Norman Petty signs a contract for Buddy Holly & The Crickets to perform on tour and in radio promotions in Australia, beginning Jan. 30. Source: The Buddy Holly Center, 1801 Crickets Ave., Lubbock. @BuddyHolly @BuddyHollyCtr #ROCkabillyHop #BuddyHolly #TheCrickets #OTD #RockNRoll #RocHop https://amzn.to/3LksIIi