Album Review: Rave On Buddy Holly
  • THURSDAY, JUNE 30, 2011

  • Posted by: Michael Washington

The amount of hits Buddy Holly churned out in his short time as a rock 'n' roll star is really quite amazing. When Holly died in a plane crash back in 1959, he was just 22 years old and had only been in the limelight for a mere two years, when his first single "That'll Be the Day" went number one in 1957. Somehow though, the soon to be rock 'n' roll legend was able to assemble a colossal of pop classics within that period of time, many of which have gone down in history as anthems of his generation.

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