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The Iridium to Host 60th Anniversary of 'The Day the Music Died'


The Iridium to Host 60th Anniversary of 'The Day the Music Died'

On January 31, 2019 The Iridium will host a tribute show commemorating the 60th anniversary of "The Day the Music Died." THE NIGHT THE MUSIC LIVED recreates the last concert by the rock 'n' roll legends lost in the infamous plane crash on February 3, 1959, and features Todd Meredith as Buddy Holly, John Rodriguez as Ritchie Valens, and Chuck Caruso as The Big Bopper, performing classics like "That'll Be The Day," "Peggy Sue," "It's So Easy," "La Bamba," "Donna," and "Chantilly Lace." Rockabilly band The Rave-Ons will be also be performing as well as other special guests.

Tickets for THE NIGHT THE MUSIC LIVED are available via or The Iridium box office located at 1650 Broadway at 51st Street, 212.582.2121.

The Iridium and its legacy as "The Home of Les Paul" has established the audiophile venue as a musical landmark in New York City, known as a destination for intimately experiencing the best artists in the world. Icons like David Bowie, Paul McCartney, Keith Richards, and Slash were regulars at Les Paul's weekly residency at The Iridium which lasted for 14 years until his passing in 2009.

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