Buddy Holly

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United States rock star (1936-1959)

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To be selected to join The Buddy Holly Educational Foundation board is an honor as well as an important opportunity to help further a very worthwhile cause in his memory," said Mr.
Entertainers Buddy Holly and the Cricketers will perform in Stirling this month
A contribution from each watch sold will be donated to the Buddy Holly Educational Foundation, a charity set up to provide music education and opportunities to young people worldwide.
Tickets for Buddy - The Buddy Holly Story are priced from PS22.
The Theatre Royal is where I saw The Buddy Holly Story when I was 14.
Listen To Me, Why Do Fools Fall In Love and Heartbeat are played awlessly by e Buddy Holly Orchestra.
I cannot think of anyone who has ever been more influential than Buddy Holly.
Holly, whose music comes to Eugene next week in two performances at the Hult Center of the jukebox musical "The Buddy Holly Story," was one of the first pop singers to transcend the separation of the two racial worlds, says Mielke, a longtime radio personality who owns KKNX-AM in Eugene.
This'll Be the Day: The Life and Legacy of Buddy Holly" looks at the life and music of Buddy Holly, and his inspiration on the genre of rock and roll and everything that has spawned out of it.
THE musical celebrating the life of rock and roll legend, Buddy Holly, returns to Liverpool on Monday after 450 weeks on tour and it is still pulling in crowds.
Until March 2012 Lorne Jackson Buddy - The Buddy Holly Story New Alexandra Theatre, Birmingham.
Summary: Eccentric actor Gary Busey has declared he was 'chosen' to play Buddy Holly in the movie of his life by the man himself.
The Big Bopper" Richardson and Buddy Holly, if anything - especially in Holly's case - the music didn't die.
BUDDY HOLLY was only at the top for a painfully-short 18 months but he is the pioneer of American rock'n'roll.
These things are called Buddy Holly glasses, aren't they?