“The Day The Music Died” – A four-word phrase but with a tragic story. Referencing Don McLean’s song “American Pie,” this commemorates the unfortunate plane crash that killed Buddy Holly, Ritchie Valens, and J.P. “The Big Bopper” Richardson. It was an ...

After nearly 60 years, a rare footage of the late country music artists Buddy Holly singing “That’ll Be the Day” on the Ed Sullivan Show resurfaces and rocks the internet. That was something to reckon with! The Iconic Ed Sullivan ...

It’s just sad to see a talented artist who dies at a young age. Yup! You know what I’m takin’ about. One of them is Buddy Holly. To add, he was at the peak of his career when the tragic ...

The late singer/songwriter Ernest Ashworth started his music career playing with The Tunetwisters in 1948. He started recording songs in 1955 under MGM label. However, it was in the ’60s when his releases found a place on the music charts. ...

The song “American Pie,” “the day the music died” tackles the evolution of rock and roll through the 60s. Also, it discusses the 1959 plane crash that led to the death of Buddy Holly, Ritchie Valens, and The Big Bopper. ...