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'''Buddy Holly''' is a deceased man, buried at the [[Springfield Cemetery]]. He lived from 1936 1959.
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'''Buddy Holly (b. Charles Hardin Holley)''' is a deceased man, buried at the [[Springfield Cemetery]]. He was a rock 'n' roll musician in the 1950s and leader of the band The Crickets, most famous for the songs [[Wikipedia:Peggy Sue (song)|Peggy Sue]], [[Wikipedia:That'll Be the Day|That'll Be the Day]] and many others. He lived from September 7, 1936 to February 3, 1959 and was killed in the same plane crash as J.P. "[[Wikipedia:The Big Bopper|The Big Bopper]]" Richardson and [[Wikipedia:Richie Valens|Richie Valens]].
   
 
==History==
 
==History==

Revision as of 02:33, August 5, 2012

Buddy Holly (b. Charles Hardin Holley) is a deceased man, buried at the Springfield Cemetery. He was a rock 'n' roll musician in the 1950s and leader of the band The Crickets, most famous for the songs Peggy Sue, That'll Be the Day and many others. He lived from September 7, 1936 to February 3, 1959 and was killed in the same plane crash as J.P. "The Big Bopper" Richardson and Richie Valens.

History

Bart and Lisa learned after finding Edgar Neubauer's grave, that Mayor Sideshow Bob had stuffed his ballot with "votes" cast from deceased people and animals, buried at the Springfield Cemetery and Springfield Pet Cemetery respectively, among them, Buddy Holly.

Appearances

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