It's been a step back in time for Buddy Holly fans in Hull to mark the anniversary of the singer's only concert in the city.
It was on this evening in 1958 that the singer played to a packed audience at the Regal Cinema - and it's on that same site he's been remembered today by one of the area's leading tribute acts. James Webster reports.
Today's special programme of tribute performances in honour of Buddy Holly has brought back memories of the evening Chris Hudson spent in the audience of the gig at Hull's Regal Cinema. He turned up today to the St. Stephen's Centre carrying a framed poster and his ticket for the event.
The Bootleg Buddy who has been playing to crowds inside a shopping centre in Hull says it makes it all worthwhile when he sees the audience singing along and dancing. Dave Remblence came up with the idea of staging the special performances to mark the 55th anniversary of Buddy Holly's gig in Hull.
Dozens of people have been stopping to listen to Bootleg Buddy, also known as David Remblence, at the St Stephen's Centre in Hull. Among them are some people who were at Buddy Holly's concert at thethen ABC Regal on 19 March 1958.
The St Stephen's shopping centre in Hull is marking 55 years since Buddy Holly performed at the ABC Cinema which previously stood on the same site. A Buddy Holly tribute artist is playing concerts inside the shopping centre throughout the afternoon.