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That'll Be the Day

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That'll Be the Day is a notable song by Buddy Holly and The Crickets. - AsNotedIn




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Y/M/D Association Description Place Locale Food Event
1956/06/00 The Crickets Life Buddy Holly, J I Allison and musician Sonny Curtis watch the movie "The Searchers". Star John Wayne's repeated use of the phrase "that'll be the day" stuck with the songwriters.
1956/06/00 Buddy Holly Life Buddy Holly, J I Allison and musician Sonny Curtis watch the movie "The Searchers". Star John Wayne's repeated use of the phrase "that'll be the day" stuck with the songwriters.
1957/02/25 Buddy Holly Singer, Songwriter "That'll Be the Day" is recorded at the Norman Petty Recording Studio, Clovis, New Mexico
1957/02/25 The Crickets Performer "That'll Be the Day" is recorded at the Norman Petty Recording Studio, Clovis, New Mexico
1958/07/12 The Beatles Performers The Quarrymen (John Lennon, Paul McCartney and George Harrison) record "That'll Be The Day" on a single 78rpm disc for a fee of 17 shillings and three pence.

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