Buddy Holly


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Noun1.Buddy Holly - United States rock star (1936-1959)
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Described as 'Just like Buddy' by Sonny Curtis, songwriter and Buddy's friend, lead vocalist Ian Morley brings the legend of Buddy Holly to the present day.
The Buddy Holly Story opens at the Grand Theatre, Swansea, on Monday, February 24, and runs until Saturday, March 1.
Take, for example, "Buddy - The Buddy Holly Story," in which Poelle sings more than 20 songs.
24 /PRNewswire/ -- In just 18 months, and with just two albums released in his lifetime, Buddy Holly changed the sound of rock 'n' roll, from the rise of the singer-songwriter to the use of lead and rhythm guitars, and its face, by inspiring many other non-rock star looking artists to take the stage.
NOSTALGIA FEST - the night is a tribute to The Everly Brothers, Buddy Holly and Elvis
The influence of Buddy Holly was definitely felt by the Liverpool groups of the late 1950s, particularly The Beatles, who went on to influence pop music in general.
FIFTY years ago pop music lost one of its legends when Buddy Holly was killed in a plane crash.
WE are giving away two pairs of tickets for the spectacular concert show, Buddy Holly - A Legend Reborn, at the Glasgow Royal Concert Hall on May 13.
The show, Buddy Holly - A Legend Is Reborn is at the Theatre Royal in Wakefield on October 10 (7.
The stage show Buddy: The Buddy Holly Story - currently at Birmingham Hippodrome - has been running for longer than Holly himself was at the top.
In his thick-framed glasses and body perm, John Mueller is Buddy Holly .