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Ritchie Valens Mural @ Pacoima Middle School & Sylmar 7-11 mural

March 17, 2016

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Ritchie Valens Mural originally painted in 1985 & restored again in 2009 at Pacoima middle school.
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6 Comments

  • Reply juan April 11, 2020 at 12:49 am

    The Ritchie valens mural over in pacoima middle school which was.Origionally painted in 1985 and restored in 2009.Might be one of my favorite murals youve.painted mr valasquez and is the only one i would love to see in real life.I wonder if the kids in pacoima aprecciate the mural and respect it as it should be and think of it as a part of the history of pacoima middle school.I think the story of this his to remember and respect the legacy.Of ritchie valens which was a famous latin american singer.And even had a movie about him and his legacy but again i think that the painting was a homage.To ritchie and the legacy and songs that he left behind for the world to cherish and enjoy.

  • Reply Sergio S. April 15, 2020 at 2:53 am

    I think this is an amazing mural. I grew up in a house with a mother who listened and enjoyed Richie almost every day. This mural reminds me of my early childhood, which is why I like this mural.

  • Reply Irish Catalon April 16, 2020 at 8:44 pm

    On this Ritchie Valens Mural is about all his music and how he died . It shows a lot of his music and how many people loved him and supported him on his concert .

  • Reply Irish Catalon April 16, 2020 at 8:51 pm

    On Ritchie Valens Mural is about his life being a singer and the date and how he died. This shows all of his career in music and he made a lot of music , it shows how his fans love him and supported him on being a singer.

  • Reply Timothy Couch June 12, 2020 at 1:48 pm

    In 1985, I was 13 (born in 1972) I lived in the San Fernando Valley, and was a student at Pacoima Jr High, as it was called back then. I remember this mural being painted. I remember the image as to was being drawn on the wall, and painted.

    I didn’t realize it at the time, but this mural had a connection with me. I wouldn’t know it until sometime later in mt life when I moved to the small town of Clear Lake, Iowa.

    I eventually learned that Clear Lake was where he played his last concert before the crash that took his life.

    I wasn’t from his time, but I certainly enjoyed his music.

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