UPCOMING RADIO SHOW : WAYLON JENNINGS (THE "OUTLAW"MOVEMENT)
THE LATE 60s "MAINSTREAM"COUNTRY MUSIC
Waylon should have been on the plane that Buddy Holly was on when it crashed, but missed the flight. J.P. Richardson (The Big Bopper), a Lubock, Texas disc jockey who'd written White Lightning and had just recorded Chantilly Lace took the seat Waylon missed. The rest is history - "The Day The Music Died". Ritchie Valens, who had been on tour with Buddy Holly was also killed in the crash.