Retford: Buddy Holly show at Majestic marks 55 years after his death

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In January 1959, Buddy Holly began a tour of America’s mid-west. Due to an untimely airplane accident on the 3rd February; Buddy was lost to the world forever. That day would eventually become known as “The Day That Music Died”.

55 years on, the Retford Majestic presents a celebration of Buddy’s music on Friday 5th September.

From the early songs such as ‘Blue Days, Black Nights’ and ‘Rock Around With Ollie Vee’ to ‘True Love Ways’ and ‘It Doesn’t Matter Anymore’.

This show proves that the music did not indeed die but lives on and is as vibrant and relevant as ever.

Tickets are priced at £17.50.

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