The Day The Music Died

Don’t blame me, they’re are only song parodies

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With all due respect to Don McLean, music didn’t die at all in 1959 (the tragic plane crash that killed Buddy Holly, the Big Bopper, and Ritchie Valen), or in 1971, the year he released his historic hit “American…

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Creative director, writer & designer at https://guttmanshapiro.com. Former pro tennis player and peak performance coach. Teach the world one joke at a time

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