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Buddy Holly in a photo booth. I guess we have him to thank for the large-rimmed glasses trend.

Awesome Photos Of Buddy Holly And Waylon Jennings In A Photo Booth

Wow... a young Waylon Jennings with Buddy Holly

20 Amazing Black And White Pictures Of Famous Awesome People

Waylon Jennings & Buddy Holly in a Grand Central Station Photobooth NYC Circa 1959

Buddy Holly: the real king of rock n roll!    (as I suspected, this is actually John Mueller, a rockin', very friendly, perfect Buddy impersonator, not Buddy Holly himself)

Buddy Holly (Charles Hardin Holley) 1936 - 1959 Died in a airplane crash

clear lake, iowa: buddy holly's crash site.  the spot where the beloved rocker with the geek glasses and hiccup-y voice met an early end. the site is often marked with items added by visitors

Clear Lake, Iowa: Buddy Holly Crash Site It's the spot where the beloved rocker with the geek glasses and hiccup-y voice met an early end. The site is often marked with items added by visitors.

Buddy Holly’s life is not only characterized by how short it was, but also by what he was able to accomplish in such a short period of time. He was a true innovator, and he influenced The Beatles (who named themselves after The Crickets) and The Rolling Stones (who had an early big hit with Holly’s “Not Fade Away”).

Buddy Holly & His Crickets performing "That'll Be The Day" on 'The Ed Sullivan Show' on December years ago today (February he was killed in a plane crash alongside Ritchie Valens and The Big Bopper, near Clear Lake, Iowa.

Buddy Holly  Nashville, July 22, 1956

Buddy Holly recording at Bradley’s Barn in Nashville, July for this photograph.Buddy Holly is still a huge inspiration in my life .

Buddy Holly turned a generation of future heroes – George Harrison, Eric Clapton, Jeff Beck – onto the guitar

100 Greatest Guitarists

Big Bopper Cause of Death | ... crash the day the music died big bopper buddy holly ritchie valens

February day the music died. A plane carrying The Big Bopper, Ritchie Valens and Buddy Holly crashes near Clear Lake, Iowa, taking the lives of the three stars.

The Day the Music Died, dubbed by Don McLean's song "American Pie", was an aviation accident that occurred on February 3, 1959, near Clear Lake, Iowa, where rock and roll musicians Buddy Holly, Ritchie Valens, and J. P. "The Big Bopper" Richardson, as well as the pilot, Roger Peterson, perished.

The Day the Music Died (dubbed by Don McLean's song 'American Pie') was an aviation accident on in Iowa, where rock & roll musicians Buddy Holly, Ritchie Valens, and J.

waylon jennings and buddy holly. photobooth circa 1959. the original hipsters.

20 Nostalgia-Inducing Photo Booth Snaps of Famous People

Waylon Jennings & Buddy Holly & someone giving the finger - Photo booth at New York’s Central Station on Jan 23 1959 - Buddy’s brand: Salem cigarettes. via thesweetestpsychopath:WITLOX’s Buddy Holly memorabilia

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An entry from The Nuts & Bolts

vintage fashion history and photo gallery of style icon Buddy Holly in nerd-tastic glasses, sweaters and suits, Buddy Holly style by Company Man

Buddy Holly, a legend that was taken from this earth too soon. He would have continued to change the face of rock n roll for many years to come had it not been for his tragic death.

Buddy Holly's music is often called "Rockabilly" -- a type of rock music heavily influenced by western/country styles.

The burial place of Buddy Holly

The burial place of Buddy Holly

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