Big Bopper

Jiles Perry Richardson

Also known as Big Bopper, The, Big Boppers, The, Big Popper, The, Bopper
This performer (group) in the Internet: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Big_Bopper

Discography of Big Bopper:

# Release title Total tracks Type of release is Imprint date Label
1 Chantilly Lace 2 Audio 1958 Mercury
2 Chantilly Lace / Big Bopper's Wedding 2 Audio Mercury
3 Chantilly Lace / Giddy Up A Ding Dong 2 Audio 1985 Old Gold (2)
4 Hellooo Baby! The Best Of The Big Bopper 1954 - 1959 19 Audio 1989 Rhino Records (2)
5 The Big Bopper 4 Audio 1958 Mercury
6 Chantilly Lace 12 Audio 1980 Mercury
7 Chantilly Lace 10 Audio 1973 Pickwick
8 Big Bopper's Wedding 2 Audio 1958 Mercury
9 Heartbeats - The Original Recordings 45 Audio 2009 Delta (18)
10 Hellooo Baby! The Best Of The Big Bopper 1954 - 1959 14 Audio 1989 Rhino Records (2)
11 Chantilly Lace 10 Audio 1971 Contour
12 Chantilly Lace / Purple People Eater Meets Witchdoctor 2 Audio 1958 Mercury
13 Big Bopper's Wedding / Little Red Riding Hood 2 Audio 1958 Mercury
14 The Best Of 17 Audio 1999 Spectrum
15 Little Darlin / Chantilly Lace / The Great Pretender 3 Audio 1974-05-03 Mercury
16 Chantilly Lace / The Purple People Eater 2 Audio 1986 Eric Records
17 Chantilly Lace / Walk On By 2 Audio Mercury
18 Chantily Lace 2 Audio 1958 D (2)
19 Chantilly Lace 10 Audio 1987 Mercury
20 Monkey Song (You Made A Monkey Out Of Me) 2 Audio Mercury
21 Big Bopper's Wedding 2 Audio 1958 Mercury
22 Chantilly Lace / Big Bopper's Wedding 2 Audio 1973 Mercury
23 Chantilly Lace / Big Bopper's Wedding 2 Audio Mercury
24 Chantilly Lace / Big Bopper's Wedding 2 Audio Mercury
25 Chantilly Lace / Big Bopper's Wedding 2 Audio Mercury
26 Oh Baby That's What I Like! 30 Audio 2011-04-15 Jasmine Records
27 Walking Through My Dreams 2 Audio 1958 Mercury
28 Chantilly Lace 10 Audio 1987
29 Chantilly Lace 12 Audio 1959 Mercury
30 Chantilly Lace 10 Audio 1973 Pickwick
31 Walking Through My Dreams / Someone Watching Over You 2 Audio 1958 Mercury


American singer, songwriter, guitarist, and disc jockey. He was an early star of rock and roll, probably best known for his recording of "Chantilly Lace". Killed in a plane crash, along with [a=Buddy Holly] and [a=Ritchie Valens], on what has become known as "The Day the Music Died".

b. October 24, 1930 (Sabine Pass, TX, USA)

d. February 3, 1959 (Clear Lake, IA, USA)


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