Big Bopper, The Bands and Artists 1950s By Decade
The Big Bopper (real name J.P. Richardson) was an early rock and roll star who died in the plane crash February 3, 1959, near Mason City, Iowa that also took the lives of Buddy Holly and Ritchie Valens.
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- The Big Bopper on the ARTISTdirect Network - Includes biography, merchandise, and message board.
- The Unofficial Big Bopper Web Site - Fan site with biography, photographs, and discography.
- The Big Bopper - Official site of the artist whose real name was J.P. Richardson. Includes biography and jukebox.
- The Big Bopper, Hellooo... Baby - Fan site with a brief biography.
- Big Bopper Page - Features a brief biography.
- The Beaumont Enterprise - 'They didn't bury the Big Bopper,' says his son - News article about the unearthing and reburial of big bopper, the the musician's remains.
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