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Welcome to Rock and Roll Flashback Podcasts! I'm Bill Price, and in this podcast I will discuss one of the truly great pioneers of Rock and Roll. Buddy Holly was very instrumental in Rock and Roll's early history. This is the story of Buddy Holly and the Crickets on Rock and Roll Flashback.
Charles Hardin Holley was born in Lubbock, Texas during the Great Depression on
September 7, 1936. Beginning in his early childhood, he acquired the nickname “Buddy”.
Since his family was musically inclined, he took piano lessons at the age of eleven, but
gave it up after nine months, switching instead to the guitar. Initially Buddy’s parents
purchased a steel guitar, however what he really wanted was a guitar. His interest in
guitars started when he heard a school classmate singing and playing a guitar on the
school bus. Buddy received his first guitar that his parents purchased at a pawnshop.
His brother Travis then taught him how to play.

We welcome your feedback, so please feel free to click on this link and let us know your thoughts and/or suggestions via phone text!

All podcasts on the Rock and Roll Flashback Podcast are produced by brothers-in-law Bill Price and "Jumpin' John" McDermott. The Podcast Theme Song, "You Essay", was written by John, and the basic track was recorded by Bill and John on April 1, 2004.
Multiple promo videos and photos for Rock and Roll Flashback Podcasts are available on the following social media sites:

https://www.youtube.com/@RockandRollFlashback

https://www.facebook.com/rockandrollflashbackpodcast

https://www.instagram.com/jumpinjohnmcdermott/

https://twitter.com/JohnMcD5399205

Bill and John welcome your feedback and comments, and they can be emailed to rockandrollflashback@outlook.com.
Thank you for listening to Rock and Roll Flashback Podcasts!
Until next time...
Rock On!

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81 episodes

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Welcome to Rock and Roll Flashback Podcasts! I'm Bill Price, and in this podcast I will discuss one of the truly great pioneers of Rock and Roll. Buddy Holly was very instrumental in Rock and Roll's early history. This is the story of Buddy Holly and the Crickets on Rock and Roll Flashback.
Charles Hardin Holley was born in Lubbock, Texas during the Great Depression on
September 7, 1936. Beginning in his early childhood, he acquired the nickname “Buddy”.
Since his family was musically inclined, he took piano lessons at the age of eleven, but
gave it up after nine months, switching instead to the guitar. Initially Buddy’s parents
purchased a steel guitar, however what he really wanted was a guitar. His interest in
guitars started when he heard a school classmate singing and playing a guitar on the
school bus. Buddy received his first guitar that his parents purchased at a pawnshop.
His brother Travis then taught him how to play.

We welcome your feedback, so please feel free to click on this link and let us know your thoughts and/or suggestions via phone text!

All podcasts on the Rock and Roll Flashback Podcast are produced by brothers-in-law Bill Price and "Jumpin' John" McDermott. The Podcast Theme Song, "You Essay", was written by John, and the basic track was recorded by Bill and John on April 1, 2004.
Multiple promo videos and photos for Rock and Roll Flashback Podcasts are available on the following social media sites:

https://www.youtube.com/@RockandRollFlashback

https://www.facebook.com/rockandrollflashbackpodcast

https://www.instagram.com/jumpinjohnmcdermott/

https://twitter.com/JohnMcD5399205

Bill and John welcome your feedback and comments, and they can be emailed to rockandrollflashback@outlook.com.
Thank you for listening to Rock and Roll Flashback Podcasts!
Until next time...
Rock On!

  continue reading

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