About the song

In 1958, a young musician by the name of Ritchie Valens burst onto the music scene with his hit song “Come on Let’s Go.” At just 17 years old, Valens quickly became a rock and roll sensation, capturing the hearts of teenagers across the country with his catchy tunes and energetic performances.

“Come on Let’s Go” is a high-energy, infectious track that perfectly captures the spirit of 1950s rock and roll. With its catchy guitar riffs and catchy chorus, it’s no wonder the song became an instant classic. Valens’ unique blend of rock, R&B, and Latin music set him apart from other artists of the time, and “Come on Let’s Go” exemplifies his signature sound.

The song quickly climbed the charts, peaking at number 42 on the Billboard Hot 100 and solidifying Valens’ place in music history. Unfortunately, Valens’ career was tragically cut short when he died in a plane crash at the age of 17, along with Buddy Holly and The Big Bopper, in February 1959.

Despite his untimely death, Ritchie Valens’ music has continued to inspire generations of musicians and fans. “Come on Let’s Go” remains a beloved classic, and Valens’ influence can still be felt in rock and roll and Latin music today.

In addition to “Come on Let’s Go,” Valens is also known for his other hits such as “La Bamba” and “Donna.” His music continues to be celebrated and remembered, and his impact on the music industry is undeniable.

Ritchie Valens may have had a short career, but his legacy lives on through his timeless music. “Come on Let’s Go” is just one of the many songs that showcase his talent and enduring appeal. As we continue to celebrate the music of the past, it’s clear that Ritchie Valens’ contributions to rock and roll will never be forgotten.