Buddy Holly By Stephanie Stevens Charles Hardin Holley

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Buddy Holly By: Stephanie Stevens

Buddy Holly By: Stephanie Stevens

Charles Hardin Holley Born September 6, 1936 Lubbock, Texas Called Buddy ‘e’ in Holley

Charles Hardin Holley Born September 6, 1936 Lubbock, Texas Called Buddy ‘e’ in Holley dropped Youngest 4 kids Played guitar, violin, piano, mandolin, and banjo Died February 3, 1959 in Clear Lake, Iowa

Beginning of a Legend Family of Musicians Bob Montgomery Started in Country Radio Station

Beginning of a Legend Family of Musicians Bob Montgomery Started in Country Radio Station Opened for Elvis Decca Records

The Crickets 1957 Jerry Allison, Larry Welborn, and Niki Sullivan Norman Petty “That’ll Be

The Crickets 1957 Jerry Allison, Larry Welborn, and Niki Sullivan Norman Petty “That’ll Be the Day” Apollo Theater

Fame 3 albums Influenced by Elvis Influenced Beatles Style of Music Guitar-Bass-Drums Combo Hiccup

Fame 3 albums Influenced by Elvis Influenced Beatles Style of Music Guitar-Bass-Drums Combo Hiccup

Love Life Married Maria Elena Santiago Married for 6 months Pregnant?

Love Life Married Maria Elena Santiago Married for 6 months Pregnant?

Winter Dance Party Crickets split 1958 Needed $ Joined Winter Dance Party tour of

Winter Dance Party Crickets split 1958 Needed $ Joined Winter Dance Party tour of 1959 Cold, Horrible Conditions Plane to next show Buddy, Roger Peterson, Ritchie Valens, J. p. Richardson Crash after take off

End of a legend Major Tragedy “American Pie” Made Bo diddley into pop September

End of a legend Major Tragedy “American Pie” Made Bo diddley into pop September 6, 2011 Star on Hollywood Walk of Fame

Composition History Buddy was either the writer or the co-writer of most of his

Composition History Buddy was either the writer or the co-writer of most of his music.

That’ll Be the Day Recorded 1957 in New Mexico Written by Buddy and Jerry

That’ll Be the Day Recorded 1957 in New Mexico Written by Buddy and Jerry Allison Influenced by John Wayne Jerry Allison, Larry Welborn The “Chirping” crickets

Peggy Sue Written by Buddy and Jerry Allison Originally “Cindy Lou” Written 1957 Buddy

Peggy Sue Written by Buddy and Jerry Allison Originally “Cindy Lou” Written 1957 Buddy Jerry Holly Allison, Joe Maudlin

Everyday Written 1957 by Buddy Released 1957 under Coral Label Joe Maudlin, Jerry Allison,

Everyday Written 1957 by Buddy Released 1957 under Coral Label Joe Maudlin, Jerry Allison, Vi Petty Celeste added Buddy Holly

Words of Love Written by Buddy April 1957 Multiple Tracks Released on the album

Words of Love Written by Buddy April 1957 Multiple Tracks Released on the album Buddy Holly in 1958

Maybe baby Written 1957 by Buddy Jerry Allison, Larry Welborn, and Niki Sullivan Released

Maybe baby Written 1957 by Buddy Jerry Allison, Larry Welborn, and Niki Sullivan Released 1957 on the album the “chirping” Crickets Brunswick Label

Crying, Waiting, Hoping Written by Buddy Recorded on Multiple tracks Written 1958 Coral Label

Crying, Waiting, Hoping Written by Buddy Recorded on Multiple tracks Written 1958 Coral Label Released 1959 on the album buddy holly story, volume 2

Listening Guide Buddy Holly’s songs were short. About 2 Minutes Long. Songs have a

Listening Guide Buddy Holly’s songs were short. About 2 Minutes Long. Songs have a happy feel Instrumentation was simple

That’ll Be the Day Song 1

That’ll Be the Day Song 1

Peggy Sue Song 2

Peggy Sue Song 2

Everyday Song 3

Everyday Song 3

Words of Love Song 4

Words of Love Song 4

Maybe Baby Song 5

Maybe Baby Song 5

Crying, Waiting, Hoping Song 6

Crying, Waiting, Hoping Song 6

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