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Rock-and-roll music of the 1950s is the focus of this collection compiled by editor and historian Bill Griggs, founder of the Buddy Holly Memorial Society. Buddy Holly talks about his recent releases, November 5, 1957; 3. Documents and media highlight the careers and contributions of many creative artists, especially those of West Texas, where Griggs made his home for the last thirty years of his life. Newscast about plane crash, Lubbock, February 3, 1959 / S Promo 19 B: 1. Correspondence, membership records, and the archives of the Buddy Holly Memorial Society are included, along with programs from many of the events he produced. An extensive photograph archive offers snapshots, performance and promotional images from Holly and many other early rock stars, plus BHMS and other Lubbock events. Griggs himself passed away in Lubbock on March 29, 2011.
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At Griggs' death, Randy Steele maintained the integrity of the collection before donating it to the Crossroads of Music Archive. The Ed Sullivan Show December 1, 1957nwith "That'll Be the Day"; 2. “Indian Summer” (RCA Victor EPB-3077), Promenade Orchestra and Chorus: 1.
Bill Griggs was born June 17, 1941, in Hartford, Connecticut, into a musical family. Interview with Alan Freed, WNEW-TV, October 2, 1958; 3.
He grew up devoted to astronomy, steamship travel, hot rods, and radio in all its forms. Newscast about plane crash, Mason City, February 3, 1959 (MCA copy 2 of 2), movie sound track [Gary Busey performing on flexible vinyl promotional]: “Rave On”, “Peggy Sue”. “Well All Right”, “Whole Lot of Shaning”, “Rock with Ollie Vee”, “That’ll Be the Day”, “Oh Boy”, “True Love Ways" (Innovisions/ECA Productions 33-1/3 rpm), “What’s It All About”: Program 585: Buddy Holly with Bill Huie (interview and hit records) / Program 586: Kenny Rogers with Bill Huie (interview and hit records) (TRAV for Presbyterian Curch US MA 2903), Buddy Knox: 1.: “Little Girl Holly” (Lee Jackson); 2.: “Holly” instrumental with recitation by Peggy Sue Rackham / Bill Coleman: “Everyday with Peggy Sue” (Allison, Holly, Petty) (Robin Red RRR 003, recorded at Caldwell Studios, sleeve and record autograped by Bill Coleman), Matlock: A: “Oh! “Waltz Of Paree” Rogers 4.”Out Of My Dreams” / Herbert 5.