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Coch·ran

 (kŏk′rən), Jacqueline 1906?-1980.
American aviator who held numerous national and international speed records and headed the Women's Air Force Service Pilots during World War II.
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Noun1.Cochran - United States aviator who held several speed records and headed the women's Air Force pilots in World War II (1910-1980)Cochran - United States aviator who held several speed records and headed the women's Air Force pilots in World War II (1910-1980)
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0844 338 5000 talk Joe Brown For the first time ever, entertainment all-rounder Joe is taking the stage alone to talk about life on the road with the likes of Eddie Cochran, Billy Fury and Gene Vincent - and headlining shows with The Beatles.
WE continue this week with Bran Smith's recollection of Eddie Cochran & Gene Vincent's visit to the Ardwick Hippodrome in March1960.
THERE is a memorial stone and sundial for Eddie Cochran at St Martin's Hospital, in Bath, and you can make a donation in memory of this star to the Sirona Foundation Trust - see www.
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A Eddie Cochran B Buddy Holly C Everly Brothers D Billy Fury 2.
1960: American rock star Eddie Cochran died in a car crash near Chippenham while on tour with Gene Vincent.
Vintage Rock 'n' Roll The UK's No 1 '50s rock 'n' roll spectacular, starring The Bluejays, celebrating the sounds of Little Richard, Eddie Cochran, Gene Vincent, Elvis, Chuck Berry, plus Greenroom resident funny man Stevie Riks (pictured, left, as David Essex) and special guests.
The following names have been put forward for due consideration to the Director of Music at the BBC for their television show in December of this year: Eddie Cochran (1938-1960) Johnny Kidd (1939-1966) Dickie Valentine (1929-1971) Marc Bolan (1947-1977) Adge Cutler (1930-1974) Cozy Powell (1947-1998) For this campaign to be successful it will take all music fans from around the country, to send letters to the BBC.
Two chaps are discussing a guitar, but could one of them really have seen Eddie Cochran play?
Packed with hits from the rock 'n' roll era, it features music from Roy Orbison, The Shadows, Eddie Cochran, Billy Fury, and many more.
One of the most prominent examples cited by Variety was rocker Eddie Cochran, whose self-penned (with Jerry Capehart) "Summertime Blues" became a key youth anthem of the rock era, hitting the Top 10 in August 55 years ago.