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February 3, 2015 – THE DAY THE MUSIC DIED DAY – NATIONAL CARROT CAKE DAY

05 Feb

The Big Bopper was the one who, by 1959, predicted that musicians will film as they cut a new album. In face, he coined the term “music video!”

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National the Day the Music Died Day - February 3 National the Day the Music Died Day – February 3

THE DAY THE MUSIC DIED DAY is always celebrated on February 3rd. This day we remember the unfortunate and untimely death of singers 22-year-old Buddy Holly, 17-year-old Richie Valens, and 28-year-old J. P. Richardson, aka: “The Big Bopper”.  These three singers died in an airplane accident on February 3, 1959 near Clear Lake, Iowa. Their pilot, Roger Peterson, also died in the crash.

The Day the Music Died was dubbed so by Don  McLean’s song  “American Pie”

Buddy Holly’s band was on tour and had played at the Surf Ballroom in Clear Lake.  They were headed to their next destination in Moorhead, Minnesota.  For this leg of their journey, they decided take a charter plane rather than go with their tour bus.  Richardson “The Big Bopper”,  had swapped places with Waylon Jennings, taking the latter’s place on the plane and…

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