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Subject: Re: Questions for Sonny Curtis & Jerry Allison


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M. Bloom
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Date Posted: Mon May 08, 2017 02:27:42
In reply to: Dale 's message, "Re: Questions for Sonny Curtis & Jerry Allison" on Tue May 02, 2017 13:13:50

I’d have many questions, but the most esoteric would be:

How was it ever decided that the Crickets, other than JI, of course, should turn around during their performance to play to those sitting behind them, as was the case in many a converted hockey rink, which is what I witnessed here in Ottawa, 1957, though I had a seat in one of the front rows?

*Significantly,* they were the ONLY act to turn their backs on the front-of-the-room audience... Was this a conscious decision? Who made the decision to turn their backs on their primary audience?

This was our first view of the back of Buddy’s head... which might not seem like much... but in the end it meant everything to see how meticulously his hair was styled. He took that much care about his public persona. So it made perfect sense later, to learn he was driven to “get his laundry done.”

Additionally, in the last few years, there has been some quibbling over Cindy Lou/Peggy Sue. Was this ever, really an issue?

Of course, I’d have many questions for Sonny’s great career, many of which have been anwered in his numerous interviews which just need to be assembled into one place. Love, Sonny Curtis.

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Re: Questions for Sonny Curtis & Jerry AllisonmeFri May 12, 2017 10:40:06


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