Buddy Holly

The Day the Music Died
The Day the Music Died
It was on this day, February 3rd, fifty-seven years ago, that Buddy Holly, Ritchie Valens, and J. P. "The Big Bopper" Richardson were killed in a plane crash in Iowa, along with their pilot, Roger Peterson. The event later became known as "The Day the Music Died," after Don McLean's song "American Pie...
Anniversary Songs
Anniversary Songs
In case you haven't noticed on your Facebook news feed, it's wedding season! While some are starting new chapters, many are celebrating years of a blessed marriage. I thought I would follow up our 'Top 5 Country First Dance Songs' with our top 5 anniversary songs, to celebrate those who have kept their love alive and strong.
#TheClassics
#TheClassics
Everyone needs a certain appreciation for the classics – those songs that inspired the Texas and Nashville tunes we hear today. There was a certain honesty in songwriting back in the day that deserves to be recognized and remembered It is no doubt that The Everly Brothers' harmony and style have highly inspired many artists today...
Buddy Holly Tribute
Buddy Holly Tribute
Earlier this year, Statesboro Revue's very own Stewart and Garrett Mann starred in 'The Buddy Holly Story' -- a play about Buddy Holly's life and the day the music died. The boys are heading back on stage February 2nd with 'A Buddy Holly Tribute,' playing those classic hits from Buddy Holly and The Crickets, also featuring Ritchie Valens and the Big Bopper...
#TheClassics: Buddy Holly & The Crickets ‘Oh, Boy!’
Everyone needs a certain appreciation for the classics – those songs that inspired the Texas and Nashville tunes we hear today. There was a certain honesty in songwriting back in the day that deserves to be recognized and remembered. Although Buddy Holly isn't a "country" artist per say, he made a huge impact on music as a whole...