Ritchie Valens

1950s Rock 'n' Roll singer/musician, who died in a plane crash outside Clear Lake, Iowa, along with Buddy Holly and "The Big Bopper". The 17-year-old vocalist had already scored with a hit recording of "Come On, Let's Go", followed by the double-sided smash, "Donna" and "La Bamba". Valens had also recently completed a guest-shot in the Hal Roach movie, "Go, Johnny, Go", which wasn't released until after Ritchie's death on Feb. 3, 1959. In that film, Valens performed "Ooh, My Head" (from Del-Fi album 1201), released on Feb. 21, 1959.



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RV-01 RITCHIE

RV-01 RITCHIE

Ritchie Valens and Bob Keane (manager), appear on a TV record hop show in the late 1950s.
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RV-02 RITCHIE

RV-02 RITCHIE

"Winter Dance Party" tour, Kenosha, Wisconsin, Jan. 24, 1959, with Ritchie Valens backstage!
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RV-03 RITCHIE

RV-03 RITCHIE

Ritchie Valens close-up publicity photo (late 1958).
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RV-04 RITCHIE

RV-04 RITCHIE

"Come On, Let's Go!" RITCHIE VALENS Promo for CD Box Set
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