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Subject: Yes, Jerry Allison and Sonny Curtis are still alive, as well as Glen Hardin and Gordon Payne.

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Date Posted: Monday, March 29, 10:39:14pm
In reply to: Bobw 's message, "Curiosity... Are any of the Crickets Still alive?...(NT)" on Monday, March 29, 06:06:56pm

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Trivia: The Crickets lost not one, but 2 lead singers in seperate plane crashesBuddy Holly (1959) & David Box (1964)Tuesday, March 30, 12:02:03pm
4 Crickets still chirping after all these years. (NT)SciteaTuesday, March 30, 06:24:29pm

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