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I’m dedicating this post to the memories of Ritchie Valens, J.P “The Big Bopper” Richardson, and Buddy Holly who’s rented plan crashed shortly after take off February 3,1959 between gigs of the Winter Party Dance Tour. These three figures were definitely big contributors to Rock n Roll Music.
As many of us have been experiencing lately, the weather was definitely wintry on that fateful night. So, for your listening ears here is a hit from each of the three men prior to their deaths, commonly referred to as The Day The Music Died.
Plus, the song from which the name was derived, by Don McLean: