Buddy Holly

Buddy Holly

Buddy Holly

Buddy Holly was born as Charles Hardin Holly. He was born September 7, 1936 in Lubbock, Texas. As a young child, Holly took lessons on the piano and the violin. However it was soon obvious that he only wanted to play the guitar. Holly?s parents continually supported him as a child to continue with his musical abilities. Not only did Holly play country songs, but by the age of 13, he also joined together with his friend and they started playing a new type of music that they called Western Bop. From this point on he played a lot of local club spots. Holly got his big break when a scout saw his band opening for a Bill Haley and the Comets concert. Decca records signed Holley, and he produced a few singles under their management. After these singles were recorded, Decca records decided that he was still too young to make it in the music business, so he returned to Lubbock to hone his skills a little bit more. While he was home, he formed a new band called the Crickets. They produced many singles, but the one that once again gained Decca records? attention was ?That?ll

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