Bobby Vee Meets The Crickets


Original Mono version of Bobby Vee Meets The Crickets by Liberty Records, with a 3×3.5 Bobby Vee autograph on cream paper and a 5×3.5 with The Crickets (Jerry Allison and Sonny Curtis plus one other) autographs on pale blue paper.

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Bobby Vee Meets The Crickets. This rare Bobby Vee Meets The Crickets displays four authentic signatures, framed beneath the original Mono version of Bobby Vee Meets The Crickets by Liberty Records.

For sale is a 3×3.5 Bobby Vee autograph on cream paper and a 5×3.5 The Crickets (Jerry Allison and Sonny Curtis plus one other) autographs on pale blue paper. The have been professionally mounted in a gold coloured frame with black inlay with white piping. the overall presentation measures 22×17. Please note there is no glass in the frame.

Bobby Vee Meets The Crickets is a cross-over rock and roll album that brings singer Bobby Vee together with the Crickets. It was Vee’s 6th album and The Crickets’ second release following the departure and subsequent death of their front man, Buddy Holly. The album contains new versions of three songs written by or recorded by Holly—Peggy Sue, Bo Diddley, and Well…All Right—and a host of cover versions of 1950’s rock’n’roll songs by artists like Little Richard and Chuck Berry. Released on Liberty Records on July 14, 1962.

After Buddy Holly’s departure, The Crickets recorded with Earl Sinks serving as lead vocalist, with Crickets Jerry Allison and Sonny Curtis also sharing vocals. David Box also recorded a single as lead vocalist in 1959. Several weeks after relocating to Los Angeles in 1960, guitarist and songwriter Sonny Curtis was drafted and began a two-year stint in the US Army,. Curtis was stationed in Fort Ord and limited in his ability to continue working with the band . With Curtis away, Jerry Allison offered fellow Texan Jerry Naylor the position of lead singer with the group in 1961. He would remain through early 1965. Tommy Allsup, the guitarist who had toured with Holly during the fateful Winter Dance Party frequently played with the band.

Singing star and Liberty records artist Bobby Vee had a number of connections with Holly and the Crickets. After Buddy Holly, Ritchie Valens and The Big Bopper were killed in the tragic February 1959 plane crash, Fargo, North Dakota teenager Bobby Vee was among several local young musicians recruited to join the rest of the Winter Dance Party tour, beginning with the next scheduled concert in Fargo.. Vee had recorded a hit version of The Crickets’ song “More Than I Can Say” in 1961.

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