Eddie Cochran – Twenty Flight Rock

Written by on April 18, 2020

17th April 1960, Touring in the UK, 21-year-old US singer Eddie Cochran was killed when the taxi he was travelling in crashed into a lamppost on Rowden Hill, Chippenham, Wiltshire, (where a plaque now commemorates the event). Songwriter Sharon Sheeley and singer Gene Vincent survived the crash, Cochran's current hit at the time was 'Three Steps to Heaven'. The taxi driver, George Martin, was convicted of dangerous driving, fined £50, disqualified from driving for 15 years, and sent to prison for six months. https://youtu.be/f8Vfin7mqdw

Eddie Cochran – Twenty Flight Rock

1956 Eddie Cochran plays Twenty Flight Rock! Noticed the guitar solo has been restored by Heppest of the Hep in livin' HD! Was never happy with the "studio c…

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