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                                                     1958


 

January 8, 1958

Buddy joins America's Greatest Teenage Recording Stars tour.

 

January 15, 1958

Stambaugh Auditorium, Youngstown, OH (2 shows 7.00 & 9.30)

 

January 19, 1958

Auditorium Theater, Rochester, NY (2 shows 3.30 & 8.30)

 

January 26, 1958

New York City, NY (US TV "The Ed Sullivan Show" performing "Oh, Boy!)

 

January 27, 1958

Honolulu, HI (2 shows with Jerry Lee Lewis, Paul Anka & Jodie Sands)

 
 

1958 Australian Tour with Paul Anka (headliner) Jerry Lee Lewis, The Crickets, Jodie Sands, Buddy Holly with Johnny O'Keefe and the Dee Jays & Denis Collinson's Orchestra

 

January 30, 1958

Sydney Stadium, Sydney, AUS (2 shows)

 

January 31, 1958

Newcastle Stadium, Newcastle, AUS (Was two shows but reduced to one due to poor bookings) 

 

This Newcastle night was:

Shifted to Newcastle after two Sydney shows (Friday 31st) cancelled also due to poor bookings.

 

February 1, 1958

Sydney Stadium, Sydney, AUS (3 shows)

 

February 2 and 3rd, Rest Day on Queenslands Gold Coast



February 3, 1958

Cloudland Ballroom, Brisbane, AUS (2 shows)

 

February 4-5, 1958

West Melbourne Stadium, Melbourne, AUS (2 shows each night)

 

February 5 performed at the Nurses Memorial Centre in St Kilda. ThIs show was taped and later broadcast 17 & 24 February 1958 but has never been found.

 

Or has it?

 

February 6  - The group flys back to America - also Norman Petty buys 50% publishing rights for ‘Wild One’ now known as 'Real Wild Child’

 

 

February 20-25, 1958 Buddy Holly & The Crickets join The Big Gold Records Stars tour (informally known as The Florida Tour). The tour also stars the Everly Brothers, Bill Haley and The Comets, Jerry Lee Lewis, and The Royalteens.

 

UK Package Tour with Buddy Holly & The Crickets, Gary Miller, Tanner Sisters, Ronnie Keene's Orchestra & (compere) Des O'Connor

 

Buddy Holly (Guitar) Joe B Mauldin (Bass) Jerry Allison (Drums)

 

March 1, 1958

Elephant & Castle Trocadero, London, ENG

 

March 2, 1958

London Palladium, London, ENG (UK TV "Sunday Night At The London Palladium". Special Gala Show to celebrate the 100th performance with Bob Hope top of the bill. Also appearing was the ballerina Dame Alicia Markova and compere Robert Morley)

 

March 2, 1958

Kilburn Gaumont State, London, ENG
 


March 3, 1958

Gaumont, Southampton, ENG



March 4, 1958

City Hall, Sheffield, ENG



March 5, 1958

Globe, Stockton, ENG



March 6, 1958

City Hall, Newcastle, ENG
 


March 7, 1958

Gaumont, Wolverhampton, ENG
 


March 8, 1958

Odeon, Nottingham, ENG
 


March 9, 1958

Gaumont, Bradford, ENG
 


March 10, 1958

Town Hall, Birmingham, ENG
 


March 11, 1958

Paramount, Worcester, ENG
 


March 12, 1958

Croydon Davis, London, ENG
 


March 13, 1958

East Ham Granada, London, ENG
 


March 14, 1958

Woolwich Granada, London, ENG
 


March 15, 1958

Gaumont, Ipswich, ENG (3 shows 2.30, 6.15 & 8.30)
 


March 16, 1958

De Montfort Hall, Leicester, ENG
 


March 17, 1958

Gaumont, Doncaster, ENG
 


March 18, 1958

Ritz, Wigan, ENG

  

March 19, 1958

Regal, Hull, ENG
 


March 20, 1958

Philharmonic Hall, Liverpool, ENG (2 shows 6.15 & 8.30)
 


March 21, 1958

Walthamstow Granada, London, ENG
 


March 22, 1958

Gaumont, Salisbury, ENG
 


March 23, 1958

Colston Hall, Bristol, ENG (2 shows 5.30 & 7.45)
 


March 24, 1958

Capitol, Cardiff, WAL
 


March 25, 1958

Hammersmith Gaumont, London, ENG (Before the second show, Joe B Mauldin knocks the caps off of Holly's two front teeth during a scuffle. Buddy repairs the damage with chewing gum and performs the second show with the gum spread over his front teeth)

 

Upon their return to the United States, Holly and the Crickets joined Alan Freed's Big Beat Show tour for 41 dates.

 

April 11, 1958

Memorial Auditorium, Kitchener, ON (The Big Beat Show, 2 shows 7.00 & 9.45)

 

April 16, 1958

Municipal Theatre, Tulsa, OK (The Big Beat Show)

 

May 3, 1958

During shows for the Big Beat tour at the Boston Arena, a Navy sailor is stabbed, others are injured, and arrests are made outside of the concert hall. Alan Freed, the tour's promoter, is charged with inciting a riot, but the charges are later dropped. The incident, which becomes know as the "Boston riot," results in the cancellation of scheduled shows in Troy, N.Y.; Providence, R.I.; New Haven, Conn.; and Newark, N.J.

 

July 8, 1958

Electric Park, Waterloo, IA

 

Biggest Show of Stars of 1958 Fall Edition with Buddy Holly & Crickets, Clyde McPhatter, Frankie Avalon, Bobby Darin, The Coasters, The Elegants, The Olympics, Dion & Belmonts, Bobby Freeman, The Danleers, Jimmy Clanton, Jack Scott, Little Anthony & Imperials, Sil Austin Orchestra

 

October 2, 1958

Nola Studios, New York City, NY (Rehearsal)

 

October 3, 1958

Worcester Auditorium, Worcester, MA

 

October 4, 1958

State Theater, Hartford, CT (Cancelled)

 

October 4, 1958

Arcadia Ballroom, Providence, RI

 

October 5, 1958

Forum, Montreal, QC

 

October 6, 1958

Memorial Centre, Peterborough, ON

 

October 7, 1958

Memorial Auditorium, Kitchener, ON

 

October 8, 1958

Sports Arena, Toledo, OH

 

October 9, 1958

Indiana Theater, Indianapolis, IN (2 shows)

 

October 10, 1958

State Fair Coliseum, Louisville, KY

 

October 11, 1958

Veteran’s Memorial Auditorium, Columbus, OH

 

October 12, 1958

Stambaugh Auditorium, Youngstown, OH (2 shows 7.00 & 9.30)

 

October 13, 1958

Syria Mosque, Pittsburgh, PA (2 shows 7.30 & 10.00)

 

October 14, 1958

Akron Armory, Akron, OH (2 shows 7.30 & 10.00)

 

October 15, 1958

War Memorial Auditorium, Rochester, NY

 

October 16, 1958

Catholic Youth Center, Scranton, PA

 

October 17, 1958

Municipal Auditorium, Norfolk, VA (2 shows)

 

October 18, 1958

Park Center, Charlotte, NC

 

October 19, 1958

The Mosque, Richmond, VA (2 shows)

 

October ?, 1958

US TV Alan Freed TV show on WNEW-TV, where he was interviewed and lip-synched a performance of "It's So Easy."

 

October 28, 1958

Philadelphia, PA (US TV "Dick Clark's American Bandstand" lip-synching to "Heartbeat" & "It's So Easy.")

 

November 1, 1958

Buddy calls it quits with the Crickets and gives the group name to Jerry Allison and Joe B Mauldin.

 



                                                      1959


 

January 23, 1959

The Winter Dance Party tour starts with performances in Milwaukee. The tour will continue through Feb. 15 with scheduled stops in Minnesota, Iowa, Illinois, Kentucky and Ohio. Other performers include: Ritchie Valens, J.P. "The Big Bopper" Richardson, Dion and The Belmonts, and Frankie Sardo.

 

January 23, 1959

George Divine’s Million Dollar Ballroom, Milwaukee, WI



January 24, 1959

Eagles Ballroom, Kenosha, WI (Debbie Stevens also performed)



January 25, 1959

Kato Ballroom, Mankato, MN



January 26, 1959

Fournier’s Ballroom, Eau Claire, WI



January 27, 1959
 
Fiesta Ballroom, Montevideo, MN



January 28, 1959

Prom Ballroom, St. Paul, MN



January 29, 1959

Capitol Theater, Davenport, IA



January 30, 1959

Laramar Ballroom, Fort Dodge, IA
 


January 31, 1959

National Guard Armory, Duluth, MN
 


February 1, 1959 Appleton (cancelled)

 

February 1, 1959

Riverside Ballroom, Green Bay, WI (The Winter Dance Party is stranded en route to Appleton, WI, when the bus breaks down. With temperatures at 30 degrees below zero and no source of heat, the passengers burn newspapers in the aisles to keep warm. The Sheriffs' cars pick up the freezing entertainers and Carl Bunch is admitted to the hospital suffering from frostbite. With one performance cancelled, the Winter Dance Party continues and performs in Green Bay)

 

February 2, 1959

Surf Ballroom, Clear Lake, IA

(Buddy, Waylon Jennings and Tommy Allsup perform and serve as back-up musicians during the performance. Shortly after the performance Buddy, J. P. "The Big Bopper" Richardson & Ritchie Valens board a small aircraft chartered to take them to their next performance. Soon after take-off, the plane crashes, killing all aboard)

 

February 3, 1959

Moorhead Armory


(15-year-old Robert Velline of Fargo, and his band (named at the last minute the Shadows) filled in at the show. Velline later became Bobby Vee)




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