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The Day the Music Died
Old 02-03-2006, 06:51 AM   #1
 
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The Day the Music Died

Buddy Holly

Ritchie Valens

The Big Bopper

R. I. P.
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Old 02-03-2006, 05:37 PM   #2
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You'll find some great photos of that last show at this link...I especially like the shot of the Big Bopper and the more recent one of his son with the same two ladies that his dad is shown with...all these years later.

http://www.buddyhollyonline.com/lmatti.html
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This sad event was what propeled a guy I occasionally came in contact with to the big time.

Anyone know the Fargo boy I'm talking about?
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SH, thank you for sharing them, what wonderful pictures they are.

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I still remember images of that Beech Bonanza 35
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JPatrick,

Was it Bobby Vee?
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Was it Bobby Vee?
Sure was LakeRat
http://www.bobbyvee.com/
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JPatrick,

I am a little sad that I am old enough to know such trivia, but I guess glad that the brain waves are still working! What memories! I loved Buddy, The Big Bopper, and Richie Valence. I also loved Bobby Vee's music. Thanks for bringing back those memories.

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What was it she went looking for

That took her life that night

They say they found my High School Ring

Tucked in her fingers, tight.

Life was so much simpler, unlike the noise today's kids have to put up with.

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