Tag: Rock ‘n’ Roll

Live Love Lubbock with Bo Garza

When he’s not rocking Lubbock with a uniquely South-Western style and set-list, Bo is living it up in the “Hub City” by frequenting live music shows, great local food and taking the kids out to the ballgame. Jam out and Live Love Lubbock with our bud, Bo Garza. http://youtu.be/NVVxh9cqaoQ

See Joe Ely LIVE in Concert

Joe Ely is a West Texas musician that many have grown to love over a career that spans close to 50 years. In less than a month, Joe Ely will make his way back to where it all began with his Western Wind Tour. Lubbock is proud to welcome Joe Ely and his band back

Remembering Buddy Holly

On this day in February 1959, Buddy Holly and fellow entertainers Ritchie Valens and J.P. Richardson, lost their lives in a plane crash after a performance at the Surf Ballroom. While this day will forever be seen as one of the most tragic days in rock ‘n’ roll history, Buddy’s legacy lives on even 50 years after his

An Interview with The Crickets

On the weekend of what would have been Buddy Holly’s 77th birthday, his old band mates, J.I. Allison, Joe B. Mauldin and their old pal Sonny Curtis came together for the ribbon cutting ceremony at J.I.’s childhood home. It was here that Buddy and J.I. wrote the famous song, “That’ll Be the Day” and other

Happy Birthday, Buddy!

Today would have been Buddy Holly’s 77th birthday. Although we lost him too soon, his legacy lives on in his music that still impacts people’s lives. Happy Birthday to you, Happy Birthday to you, Happy Birthday dear Buddy, HAPPPPPY BIRTHDAYYY to YOUUUU! If he had a cake, we think he’d love this one!

The Day the Music Came Alive

Many moons ago, Greg Wilkes was introduced to Buddy Holly’s music as a young boy growing up in Australia. And like Buddy, who shared the love of music with his brothers, Wilkes vividly remembers the day his older brother let him listen to a rock ‘n’ roll record from the good ol’ U-S of A.