Buddy The Buddy Holly Story Tickets
Laurie Mansfield’s ‘Buddy - the Buddy Holly Story’ is a wonderfully written musical, which consists of two acts, based upon the life and career of the early rock and roll star Buddy Holly. The musical, though conceived after the film in 1978, depicts the life of Buddy Holly. The original story is written by Alan Jane and the musical is produced by Paul Elliot from West End with the support of Paul McCartney. Laurie’s sensational musical finally lit the stage of London’s West End in 1989 and successfully ran there for more than ten years. Since then, Buddy- the Buddy Holly Story tickets have been a novelty.
The show gained popularity as it puts forth the life of young Buddy Holly who started his career in 1956, when he was just nineteen years old, along with his two friends, by performing as Buddy Holly and the Crickets on their home town radio, in Texas. Highly inspired by Elvis Presley, Buddy Holly wanted to make his own unique mark in the halls of rock and roll music. His persistence along with constant struggle eventually led him and the Crickets to stardom. Being a jukebox musical, the show includes great song numbers by Buddy Holly, which take the audience back to the golden era of 1950s. "Peggy Sue" and "That’ll Be the Day" are two of the top hits among many others in the musical.
The musical is an emblem of honor and a respectful tribute to the life of Buddy Holly. Even though he passed away in a tragic accident, this musical has kept him alive in our hearts till day . Buddy -the Buddy Holly story tickets are always sell out fast. Many viewers show up to remember and pay respects to the great musician. It reminds us of how instead of mourning over a person’s death we can cherish the life they once lived.
Buddy Holly’s original name was Charles Hardin Holley. He was born on the 7th of September 1936. In the words of renowned critic Bruce Eder, Holly has been "the single most influential creative force in early rock and roll." He was also ranked no.13 in the top 100 greatest artists of all time in 2004. Although Buddy Holly died a young death and his career was short, he has left an impact on the history of rock ‘n’ roll. He was the first one to introduce a country rock form of music.
Buddy the Buddy Holly Musical is the recipient of numerous awards and nominees, including the prestigious Theatre World Award. The musical is still garnering positive reviews till day. "The show is still as fresh and revitalizing as Holly’s music itself... the whole company dazzles... No Buddy does it better", wrote Patrick Marmion from the Daily Mail. The musical has managed to gain immense popularity on Broadway too.
More than twenty million people have witnessed the great spectacle and come to know about the story of the young man with the glasses. This far exceeds the number of people, who actually saw Buddy Perform live; yet it goes onto show how the popular musical has attracted audiences from far and wide.
Tickets for the upcoming show offer you a chance to experience an opportunity that allows you not only to watch Buddy Holly’s legacy play on the stage but also be a part of it. Find out how the charismatic artist had the world in awe with his unique form of country rock.
Q:When will Buddy The Buddy Holly Story Tickets be available at your website?
A:The jukebox musical has been running successfully since the late eighties and has won a number of awards including the Laurence Olivier Award, Tony and Drama Desk awards. Buddy The Buddy Holly Story Tickets are already available and being sold at our website. Simply visit the event's page on our website and browse the list of available tickets. In case tickets are no longer available, you could leave us your email information or contact details and we would be happy to get back to you to let you know if new tickets do become available.