These were rare photos of famous people -
1.Angelina Jolie with parents (Jon Voight)
2.The Beatles in 1957.. George Harrison is 14, John Lennon is 16, and Paul McCartney is 15.
3. Marlon Brando (Note the laptop he's using!)
4. Elvis Presley
5. Marilyn Monroe in 1946
6. John Travolta
7. The Star Wars Cast
8. Sean Connery
9. Madonna, Detroit, 1976
10. George Clooney
11. My grandson getting his purple belt!
Happy Birthday Richie Vallens - wikipedia
The Day the Music Died
The bus they all were taking on the tour broke down and Buddy Holly decided to charter a small plane for himself and his back-up band (The Crickets name was surrendered to Buddy's former band mates Jerry Allison and Joe Mauldin) to get to the next show on time, get some rest, and get their laundry done. Surf Ballroom manager Carroll Anderson chartered a flight through the Dwyer Flying Service at the Mason City airport.
After the February 2, 1959, performance at the Surf Ballroom in Clear Lake, Iowa, Holly, Richardson (who pleaded with Waylon Jennings for his seat because he was stricken with flu), and Valens (who had won Tommy Allsup's seat after a coin toss) were taken to the nearby Mason City airport by Anderson.
The plane, a four-passenger Beechcraft Bonanza, departed for Fargo, North Dakota, into a blinding snowstorm and crashed into farmer Albert Juhl's cornfield shortly after takeoff. The crash ended the lives of all three passengers, as well as that of the 21-year-old pilot, Roger Peterson.
This event is said to have inspired singer Don McLean's popular 1971 ballad "American Pie", and immortalized February 3 as "The Day the Music Died". The event also inspired the Eddie Cochran song "Three Stars", which specifically mentions Holly, the Big Bopper, and Valens. Ritchie Valens was the youngest to die on the flight. He was seventeen.