Camp Street Café and Store

Frankie Lee Sims

Lovelady rancher V.H. “Hoyt” Porter bought the property, which lay near Crockett’s depot, around 1930. He soon built a structure there on a strip dubbed “Camp Street” by the locals, because teamsters had often camped on the land with their wagons.

The Boogie Woogie Highway US Hwy 59

U.S. Hwy 59 is the “Boogie Woogie Highway”

Texas Highways Magazine – March 2019 issue – makes it official! U.S. Hwy 59 is the “Boogie Woogie Highway”, a term coined by Historian John Tennison to show how the music moved through Texas towns and cities from the Piney Woods logging camps to the advent of rock ‘n roll.

The Buddy Holly Hall

The Buddy Holly Hall

The Buddy Holly Hall! Experience shows, concerts and special events at the new, beautiful, state-of-the-art Buddy Holly Hall…