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‘The Day the Music Died’, 51 years ago today

Last year, I had the privilege of writing a five-part blog series on this event. Among those I interviewed:

Connie Lemos, Ritchie Valens’ younger sister;

Bob Morales, Ritchie Valens’ older brother;

Jay Richardson, son of The Big Bopper;

Robert Maxwell Case, a professional classic country musician who’s a walking encyclopedia regarding country music history. I’ve tried to stump him several times and have failed miserably. 🙂   ;

Len Hobbs, a licensed pilot and flight instructor;

Jonathan Faber, a professional musician who’s been a licensing and intellectual property manager for Maria Elena Holly (Buddy’s widow).

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