La même année, Jill Hennessy joue son rôle dans la production de Broadway Buddy – The Buddy Holly Story[4]. Puis une fois que Buddy se soit séparé de son groupe, The Crickets, ils déménagent à New York. In fact, yes he did. His wife, Maria Elena, was pregnant when he died, and she gave birth to a baby girl in 1959 María Elena's mother died when she was 22 years old. Despite Holly's numerous contributions to rock 'n' roll, a 1957 interview with Canadian disc jockey Red Robinson suggests that the singer questioned the longevity of the genre. She learned of his death from the reports on television. Maria Elena is an American businesswoman who runs Buddy-Holy Educational Foundation. Actress Maria Richwine played Santiago-Holly's role in the 1978 movie The Buddy Holly Story. Holly was joined on the doomed flight by fellow performers Ritchie Valens and The Big Bopper. Holly produit l'interprétation de Lou Giordano de la chanson qui a été publiée sur Brunswick 55115, le 27 janvier 1959. Mexican American musician Ritchie Valens is best known for his hit "La Bamba." Elle a essayé de rendre payante l'utilisation du nom de Buddy - la ville de Lubbock ayant un festival de musique "Buddy Holly", une rue "Buddy Holly Walk of Fame" et une terrasse "Buddy Holly Terrace.". She blamed herself and music for her husband’s death, and it took her years before she listened to his music again, According to her that was the only time she was not beside her husband and f only she was there, she could have prevented Buddy from boarding that plane. Elles sont organisées par Peter Bradley Junior, l'administrateur de la fondation[6]. Holly's death was memorialized in Don McLean's iconic song "American Pie" as "the day the music died." Buddy Holly was an American singer/songwriter who produced some of the most distinctive and influential work in rock music. This became Maria’s work after winning acquiring rights to everything Buddy had. Holly and Santiago had been married for only six months at the time of his death. Maintenant divorcée, c'est une grand-mère vivant à Dallas, Texas, qui promeut l'héritage de son premier mari. Nevertheless, she managed to move on, eventually remarrying, and is now a grandmother who is active in promoting Buddy's legacy. Holly proposed on his first date with Maria Elena Santiago, a receptionist four years his senior, and married her less than two months later in 1958. Well, if you’re ready, let’s start. Buddy Holly's widow has often taken a heavy hand in that legacy, in ways that have seemed controversial to some: she owns the rights to Holly's name, image, and other "intellectual properties," and protects them fiercely. Early 1959, Buddy and his two friends, The Big Bopper and Ritchie Valens, embarked on a musical tour but were never to return and they all died in a plane crash on 3rd February 1959. » Santiago-Holly went on one tour (October 1958) with her husband and took on promotional duties. La dernière modification de cette page a été faite le 26 février 2020 à 15:53. Between August 1957 and August 1958, Holly and the Crickets charted seven different Top 40 singles. Many have gone to accuse her of being greedy, and all she wants is to enrich herself through Buddy’s name. She had a thriving career for many years before she lost her battle with addiction. Holly produced Lou Giordano's version of the song which was issued on Brunswick 55115 on January 27, 1959. Pagkakaiba ng pagsulat ng ulat at sulating pananaliksik? See more ideas about Buddy holly, Buddy, Holly. When did organ music become associated with baseball? Maria came to learn of her husband’s death from television reports. Santiago qui n'avait encore jamais eu de rendez-vous amoureux, répond à Holly qu'il devrait demander à sa tante la permission; ce qu'il obtient rapidement. They settled down in Lubbock until Buddy broke up with his band, The Crickets, and they moved to New York. ), She has, however, also founded the Buddy Holly Educational Foundation, in which she uses the royalties from his songs to allow underprivileged children to learn about music production, songwriting, and performance. [3] Buddy was interred in Lubbock. Maria Elena Santiago Holly claimed to have miscarried the child two months after Buddy's death. Her height is 1.58m tall, and her weight is 68 kg. Without her husband’s fame, most likely she couldn’t be known as without Buddy’s name, she had no public name. Buddy Holly was born Charles Hardin Holley on September 7, 1936, in Lubbock, Texas. Santiago-Holly se remarie et donne naissance à trois enfants. After speaking to her rather traditional aunt, Buddy was allowed to court her, and they were married within two weeks. Ensemble, ils firent une promenade digestive à Washingtom Square Park, où elle pu voir des musiciens là où Holly jouait souvent de sa guitare. Santiago-Holly accompagne son mari pendant sa tournée d'octobre 1958 et s'occupe des droits promotionnels[2]. Owning rights to Buddy’s image, music, and any other property has been her business since his death. [2] Buddy Holly also formed the Maria Music publishing company with which "Stay Close To Me" was filed. Then a day or so before Thursday, June 19, 1958, when he recorded "Early In The Morning" in New York's Pythian Temple, Holly asked her out. Santiago-Holly fit remarqer que c'était la première fois qu'elle revenait dans l'immeuble depuis la mort de son mari. This became Maria’s work after winning acquiring rights to everything Buddy had. "Holly," the altered form of his last name, would later result from a misspelling in his first recording contract. And I blame myself because I know that, if only I had gone along, Buddy never would have gotten into that airplane. Le 15 août 1958, moins de deux mois plus tard, ils se marient dans la ville de naissance de Buddy à Lubbock, Texas puis s'installent à Lubbock. For them, it was love at first sight as Buddy had asked her to marry him within five hours of their first date.