Buddy Holly: the real king of rock n roll!    (as I suspected, this is actually John Mueller, a rockin', very friendly, perfect Buddy impersonator, not Buddy Holly himself)

Buddy Holly (Charles Hardin Holley) 1936 - 1959 Died in a airplane crash

clear lake, iowa: buddy holly's crash site.  the spot where the beloved rocker with the geek glasses and hiccup-y voice met an early end. the site is often marked with items added by visitors

Clear Lake, Iowa: Buddy Holly Crash Site It's the spot where the beloved rocker with the geek glasses and hiccup-y voice met an early end. The site is often marked with items added by visitors.

Buddy Holly died On February 3, 1959 in a small-plane crash together with Ritchie Valens and The Big Bopper. That day is still known as "The day the music died". Sometimes I wonder what other beautiful songs he would have made if he hadn't died at age 22. Weezer named one of their songs to him.

Buddy Holly also changed music forever. Listen to this version of "Peggy Sue" and experience the driving rhythm of its drum beat.

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 .

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Did Rock ‘n’ Roll really die? What do you think?

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Buddy Holly lives on 💘

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.

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An entry from The Nuts & Bolts

Buddy Holly. One of the first major stars to write his own lyrics.

Buddy Holly Rock n' Roll hero

Buddy Holly - Everyday - YouTube

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 ;

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