Who first sang Summertime Blues?
|” Summertime Blues “|
|Songwriter (s)||Eddie Cochran Jerry Capehart|
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Who wrote and sang Summertime Blues?
Summertime Blues / Jerry Neil Capehart, 69, songwriter and manager who co-wrote the rock ‘n’ roll classic “Summertime Blues.” Written with Eddie Cochran and recorded by Cochran in 1958, the song became a timeless teenage anthem with its line, “I called my congressman and he said, quote, ‘I’d like to help you, son, but you’re too young to
What are summertime blues?
Those who actually dread the long, hot, lazy summertime days may be suffering from SAD, or seasonal affective disorder. SAD is best known as a major depressive disorder affecting about 5% of Americans during the winter months.
Where is Eddie Cochran buried?
|Original Name||Edward Ray Cochran|
|Birth||3 Oct 1938 Albert Lea, Freeborn County, Minnesota, USA|
|Death||17 Apr 1960 (aged 21) Bath, Bath and North East Somerset Unitary Authority, Somerset, England|
|Burial||Forest Lawn Memorial Park Cypress, Orange County, California, USA Show Map|
When did Eddie Cochran die?
Eddie Cochran, the man behind “Summertime Blues” and “C’mon Everybody,” was killed on April 17, 1960 when the taxi carrying him from a show in Bristol, England, crashed en route to the airport in London, where he was to catch a flight back home to the United States.