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The music legend, Buddy Holly has been a great inspiration for millions of music lovers across the world. His songs are still popular and are constantly played on the radio, not just in the US but in several countries worldwide. If you want to have next to the real Buddy Holly live concert experience, brought to you by a tribute band, delay no more in getting your hands on the best Tribute to Buddy Holly tickets.
Inducted into Rolling Stone's list of “100 Greatest Artists of All Time”, Buddy Holly was an exceptionally talented singer/songwriter, who not just inspired thousands of fans, but also a number of fellow musicians like, Bob Dylan, The Beatles, The Rolling Stones and Elvis Costello. Buddy Holly is highly admired and respected for being the pioneer of rock and roll music, described by a critic as, “the single most influential creative force in early rock and roll.” His sudden demise may have taken the artist away, but his musical legacy stays forever.
Buddy Holly began showing interest in music at a very young age. By the time he was five, Holly already played multiple instruments, including banjo and lap steel guitar, and was loved by all for his youthful soprano voice. In his junior high school years, young Buddy met Bob Montgomery and together they formed a duo called, Buddy and Bob. Soon, they caught the attention of Nashville talent scout, earning them their first record deal with Decca Records. After a few years of recording and performing, Bob Montgomery parted ways with Buddy Holly. This was when Holly formed a new band called The Crickets.
After a few years of jamming and discovering their style, the band came up with a blockbuster hit titled, That'll Be the Day. The song topped the US Billboard Bestsellers in Stores list and took the number one spot at the UK Singles chart and stayed there for multiple weeks. Some of their other hits included, Peggy Sue and Oh, Boy!. Apart from performing live at various concert venues, Holly also made appearances on popular TV shows such as, The Ed Sullivan Show, American Bandstand and The Arthur Murray Party.
In his short career, Buddy Holly has left a number of evergreen songs for his fans to get inspired from. His albums titled, “The “Chirping” Crickets”, “Buddy Holly” and “That'll Be the Day” have produced a variety of hits including, Maybe Baby, It Doesn't Matter Anymore, That'll Be the Day and Heartbeat.
In ten years of recording, Buddy Holly also released a variety of Gold certified compilation albums such as, The Buddy Holly Story, 20 Golden Greats, Words of Love, The Very Best of Buddy Holly and True Love Ways. If you've been his fan, make sure you attend the upcoming tribute show, where some of the best names from the music industry will pay him a tribute.
Buddy Holly's songs have been covered by many famous names of the music industry over the years. The fans and fellow musicians are devastated at the loss of this gem; hence they are getting together for a last tribute show. John Lennon, Paul McCartney, Elton John, Hank Marvin and Bobby Vee are some of the singing legends who have cited Buddy Holly as one of their biggest influences. In order to enjoy Buddy Holly's compositions, you need to get your Tribute to Buddy Holly tickets as soon as possible.