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Apr 6, 2023

[Ans] Don McLean's "American Pie" was dedicated to which singer?

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Don McLean's 1971 album, "American Pie," is dedicated to the late Buddy Holly, one of his childhood icons, who died in a plane crash along with Ritchie Valens and The Big Bopper in 1959. McLean was inspired by the tragedy and wanted to honor the legacy of Holly and the other musicians. The title track, "American Pie" contains references to the death of Buddy Holly and the impact of his death on the world of music. The phrase "The Day the Music Died" was used by McLean on this song, and has now become an unofficial name for the tragedy.




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Buddy Holly:


Don McLean's 1971 album, "American Pie," is dedicated to the late Buddy Holly, one of his childhood icons, who died in a plane crash along with Ritchie Valens and The Big Bopper in 1959. McLean was inspired by the tragedy and wanted to honor the legacy of Holly and the other musicians. The title track, "American Pie" contains references to the death of Buddy Holly and the impact of his death on the world of music. The phrase "The Day the Music Died" was used by McLean on this song, and has now become an unofficial name for the tragedy.


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