Buddy Holly
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Latin Music Is American Music
28 Jul 2013 // 6:30 PM

For more than a century, immigrants—particularly those from Latin America—have helped forge the cultural identity of the United States. In so doing they've spiced up America's food and thankfully, its music, too.


Various Artists: Rave on Buddy Holly
1 Jul 2011 // 1:50 AM

This tribute collection of 19 covers of one of early rock's most influential pioneers features legends (Paul McCartney, Lou Reed), indie A-listers (Modest Mouse, My Morning Jacket, She & Him), and -- would you believe? -- Kid Rock.

Buddy Holly: Down the Line: Rarities
12 Feb 2009 // 3:00 PM

One could easily create a wonderful 20-track compilation of the best tunes from these two discs that would turn into an apathetic listener into a Holly enthusiast.


The Continuing Legacy of Buddy Holly
28 Sep 2010 // 5:30 AM

Earlier this month (September 7th) would’ve been Buddy Holly’s 74th birthday. Despite his short life and career, his music influenced many different artists.

Evolution of a Song: "Rave On"
3 Feb 2010 // 9:45 PM

It's no doubt that my favorite album from 2009 was M. Ward's sensitive and unassuming Hold Time. Every time I listen to it, I'm romantically transported


Buddy Holly’s Grammy awards: 0
16 Sep 2011 // 1:25 AM

LOS ANGELES — Phil Everly’s comment about the star Buddy Holly received last week on Hollywood’s Walk of Fame kept rolling through my head

Buddy Holly commemorated with Walk of Fame star, L.A. concert
9 Sep 2011 // 1:25 AM

LOS ANGELES — The Hollywood Walk of Fame star unveiled Wednesday in honor of pioneering rocker Buddy Holly was a bittersweet moment for Maria Elena Holly,


The Continuing Legacy of Buddy Holly 28 Sep 2010 // 5:30 AM

Evolution of a Song: "Rave On" 3 Feb 2010 // 9:45 PM

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Pilot X Puts a Crimp on the Business in 'The Mysterious Airman'

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"Mystery writer Arthur B. Reeve's influence in this film doesn't follow convention -- it follows his invention.

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