Buddy Holly was born on September 7, 1936 in Lubbock, Texas, United States. He is a member of the band, "The Crickets", which was rock and roll band formed in 1950s and has been making demo recordings with local musician friends since 1954.
The former members of the group includes, Buddy Holly, Bobby Durham, Dean Barlow, Glen Hardin, Jerry Naylor, Earl Sinks, Niki Sullivan and Waylon Jennings and at present comprises the members, Jerry Allison, Joe B. Mauldin and Sonny Curtis. Together the group made several hit albums including, "Back In Style", "T Shirt", "Cover to over", "Remnants", "Rock Reflections", "California Sun" and "About Time Too" and many more.
After the death of Buddy in a plane crash, the group "Crickets" went on performing after Holly's death; Allison and Mauldin are
still touring with Sonny Curtis on vocals and guitar.
Why are they famous?
Buddy Holly and the Crickets are famous for many hit albums like, "California Sun", "Rock Reflections and "In Style with the Crickets".
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