The Music and Memories of February 3
Kevin's Country Calendar
1959- February 3 is known to some as "the day the music died." Rock pioneer Buddy Holly dies in a plane crash near Mason City, Iowa, along with touring partners The Big Bopper and Ritchie Valens. Buddy Holly's bass player, Waylon Jennings, gave up his seat on the plane. The same year, The Big Bopper, J.P. Richardson, scores a hit in Country Music by writing the classic "White Lightnin'" for George Jones.
The #1 Hits:
2001- Tell Her- Lonestar
1996- I'm Outta Here- Shania Twain
1973- She Needs Someone To Hold Her- Conway Twitty
1968- Skip A Rope- Henson Cargill
1958- Ballad Of A Teenage Queen- Johnny Cash
1945- I'm Losing My Mind Over You- Al Dexter
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Sources: Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum, The Country Music Foundation, Billboard Magazine, CMT, The Country Music Association, and The Academy of Country Music