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    Buddy Holly's Crickets-Signed 45 Sleeve and Buddy Holly Music Festival Poster. Nice matted display has a 1958-era photo of the Crickets (at that time Buddy, Jerry Allison, and Joe Mauldin) decked out in tuxes coupled with a 7" EP (BHMS 100, 1978) and sleeve signed by Allison, Mauldin, and Niki Sullivan, the original Crickets guitarist who left the group in 1958. The BHMS label was one of many projects of Bill Griggs, noted Buddy Holly historian and promoter, who dedicated decades to celebrating Holly's legacy. The EP included Crickets classics "That'll Be the Day", "Oh Boy", "Maybe Baby", and "Well All Right". Also included is a poster from the Buddy Holly Music Festival of 1996 in Lubbock, when fans celebrated his 60th birthday. Pre-certified by PSA/DNA. Third party shipping required.

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    July, 2011
    29th Friday
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