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Started by routemaster at 03,Feb,24 03:34  other posts of routemaster
Another year has gone by and the sad "anniversary" of the loss of Buddy Holly has come round again, now an unbelievable 65 years since he died aged just 22, along with Richie Valens, just 17 and J.P. Richardson a.k.a. The Big Bopper, just 28, in that terrible plane crash in snow-covered Iowa in the early hours of 3rd February 1959. The man who gave us "Peggy Sue", "That'll Be The Day", "It Doesn't Matter Anymore" and the heart-wrenching "True Love Ways" (which he composed for his wife Maria Elena), among many others in his tragically short career, was a music genius and his records still sound as awesome as they first did all those decades ago. Please take a moment or two to remember him, and Richie and J.P., today. Thank you. Luv RM.

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By stroker11 at 03,Feb,24 11:09 other posts of stroker11 
I was 15 at the time...the news was devastating. Great to dance to, when people could actually dance!
By routemaster at 04,Feb,24 05:10 other posts of routemaster 
Thank you stroker11, it really was a devastating loss, we'll never see their like again.

By wycowboy at 03,Feb,24 13:58 other posts of wycowboy 
I miss them all time and always sing along to their music. They made music when it was actually music not this autotuned crap today's "artists" are making.
By routemaster at 04,Feb,24 05:08 other posts of routemaster 
Thank you wycowboy, I couldn't agree with you more about the so-called "music" from today's so-called "artists".

By WOODY58 at 03,Feb,24 20:10 other posts of WOODY58 
A true tragedy. Truly , the day the music stopped. Richie Valens was a particularly favorite of mine.
By Jamie at 03,Feb,24 20:32 other posts of Jamie 
Same to me
By CAT at 03,Feb,24 22:20 other posts of CAT 
And me
By routemaster at 04,Feb,24 05:07 other posts of routemaster 
Thank you, Woody, Jamie and CAT, Richie was great too, especially "Donna", "La Bamba" and the less well known "Blue Birds Over the Mountain". As you say, Woody, a true tragedy and all so young too.

By tb1 at 03,Feb,24 03:44 other posts of tb1 
I wholly agree, well said my friend
By routemaster at 03,Feb,24 04:23 other posts of routemaster 
Many thanks, my friend, such tragic losses

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