Tag Archives: Buddy Holly

THEATRE REVIEW: “The Buddy Holly Story”

THE BUDDY HOLLY STORY ALHAMBRA THEATRE & DINING REVIEW by DICK KEREKES & LEISLA SANSOM dualcritics@comcast.net The 2012 musical hit is back at Jacksonville’s Alhambra Theatre for a limited run through February 8, 2015. Alhambra patrons have responded with sellout houses to this season’s holiday offerings, which included both Buddy’s Rock and Roll epic, and the colorful “.” This is the story of how the young  from Lubbock, Texas turned the musical world on its ears during the course of three years in the 1950s, with his own special styling of Rock and Roll, a new genre. He was a …

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Fit For Rivals – home again at Jack Rabbits

When rock vocalist  met musician  while living in Jacksonville, she was simply looking for a guitarist to fill an empty spot in her punk band, . But instead of continuing in the punk music genre, the two began to form their own unique sound and songwriting style that has since led to the creation of their alternative rock band, . Since the release of the band’s debut album “Steady Damage” in 2009, the band has collected a large audience of devoted fans across the country. On August 9th, they played a hometown show at the Jack Rabbits venue in the …

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