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Country Singers to Release Buddy Holly Tribute

Buddy Holly Tribute
Courtesy Laughing Penguin Publicity & Consulting

Six country singers are preparing to release ‘The Buddy Holly Country Tribute: Remember Me.’

The album is set for release on Sept. 7, which would have been Holly’s 78th birthday. It’s been 55 years since the singer’s death.

The release features performances from Merle Haggard, T. Graham Brown, Country Music Hall of Fame member Jimmy Fortune, Grand Ole Opry entertainer Helen Cornelius, Sonny Curtis and David Frizzell, who also explores Holly’s legacy with narration before each of the 21 tracks.

Proceeds from the album will go to the Buddy Holly Educational Foundation, which was co-founded by the Texas-born legend’s widow, Maria Elena Holly, to focus on musical education.

“Buddy has stayed relevant because of the fans,” Maria Elena says. “There are so many of them around the world, and they have kept him alive. They love him; they have remained loyal to him; they keep his music alive. All of the musicians who keep playing Buddy’s songs, they also keep Buddy’s spirit alive.”

Included on the album are two recordings of ‘Remember Me,’ a tune that Holly learned from his brothers but never recorded. A DVD featuring the recording of the album will also be released.

‘Remember Me’ is available for preorder on Amazon and iTunes.

‘The Buddy Holly Country Tribute: Remember Me’ Track Listing and Performers:

‘Remember Me,’ Merle Haggard
‘Rock Around With Ollie Vee,’ David Frizzell and Sony Curtis
‘Brown-Eyed Handsome Man,’ David Frizzell
‘Peggy Sue,’ David Frizzell
‘Oh Boy,’ Jimmy Fortune
‘That’ll Be the Day,’ Merle Haggard
‘Everyday,’ David Frizzell, Jimmy Fortune, Helen Cornelius
‘Mailman Bring Me No More Blues,’ David Frizzell, T. Graham Brown
‘Maybe Baby,’ T. Graham Brown
‘Rave On,’ David Frizzell, T. Graham Brown
‘Think It Over,’ Jimmy Fortune
‘Early in the Morning,’ David Frizzell, Jimmy Fortune
‘It’s So Easy,’ Helen Cornelius
‘Wishing’ David Frizzell, Jimmy Fortune
‘Learning the Game,’ David Frizzell
‘Drown in My Own Tears,’ T. Graham Brown
‘It Doesn’t Matter Anymore,’ Jimmy Fortune
‘True Love Ways,’ Jimmy Fortune
‘Maria Elena,’ David Frizzell, Jimmy Fortune, Helen Cornelius
‘Walk Right Back,’ David Frizzell, Jimmy Fortune
‘Remember Me,’ David Frizzell, Jimmy Fortune, Helen Cornelius

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