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2/23/08

Peggy Sue Holds Book Signing

Peggy Sue, the woman made famous by a Buddy Holly song, signed hundreds of copies of her new book at Barnes and Noble Bookstore Saturday.

"Whatever Happened to Peggy Sue" is the first book written about Buddy Holly by someone who actually knew him according to Peggy Sue Gerron. Gerron wrote the book with co-author Glenda Cameron who was also on hand Saturday afternoon to sign copies.

"It's an inside look at really what is rock'n'roll royalty. Buddy holly and the Crickets, especially Buddy Holly, changed the whole face of music," says Gerron.

The manager at Barnes and Noble says copies of the book are flying off the shelves.

 

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