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Jerry Allison

Texas-born drummer many widely remembered as an associate from the 50’s rock-band The Crickets and his collaborations with Pal Holly. He was inducted in to the Stone Hall of Popularity in 2012. His initial recording being a drummer was an individual called “Who’s Gonna End up being another One Honey” with Hal Goodson as well as the Raiders. He also proved helpful as a program who performed on singles just like the Everly Brothers’ 1959 one “(Right up until) I Kissed You.” He wedded a woman called Peggy Sue. He co-wrote many of Pal Holly’s biggest strikes, including “WHICH WILL BE your day.”

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