Hey Buddy: In Pursuit of Buddy Holly, My New Buddy John, and My Lost Decade of Music by means of Gary W. Moore
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Overview: The "totally a laugh . . . loopy excellent" memoir about one guy’s lifestyles and the way it used to be modified by means of the legacy of a rockabilly legend (Chicago Sun-Times).
Buddy Holly, icon: black horn-rimmed glasses, blue denims, a white T-shirt, white socks, loafers, and "Peggy Sue." Not such a lot to Gary W. Moore. Admitting he "grew up in a Rock & Roll vacuum," Gary appreciated jazz. He could not title a unmarried Buddy Holly track. Buddy Rich? Yes. But that modified in one night time when Gary used to be dragged alongside to a Winter Dance Party in Cedar Falls, Iowa-a tribute to Buddy’s ultimate, tragic 1959 excursion. It used to be headlined by means of musician extraordinaire John Mueller, whose uncanny game of the legend used to be hailed by means of Buddy’s personal brother Travis as "the most efficient I’ve ever observed." It took only one track to snatch Gary’s center and soul. From then on, for Gary, it used to be the entirety Buddy.
In this inspiring "rock-and-rollercoaster of a learn", Moore stocks his non-public adventure to be told extra about Buddy’s lifestyles, tune, his affect, his affect, and the days through which he lived (Bill Guertin, writer of Reality Sells). He’d meet Buddy’s family and friends, celebrities, Buddy Holly enthusiasts, and make a brand new buddy himself in John Mueller. The result’s "as American as apple pie and as compelling as Don McLean’s mythical hit about The Day the Music Died" (James Riordan, New York Times-bestselling writer).
Genre: Non-Fiction > Biographies & Memoirs