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Alamo Jones of Sirius XM's Outlaw Country and others have called Buzz Cason the Father of Nashville rock.
On his new Plowboy Records release "Troubadour Heart", Buzz takes the listener on a coast to coast
journey through the land of Americana. His previous albums "Hats Off To Hank", "Busload Of Love",
"Working Without A Net" and "Surf And Turf" have all charted and recieved heavy airplay on Sirius XM and
Americana radio. Buzz will be promoting the record by touring solo and with his band The Love Notes. His
performances are made up of his hits, the new songs, stories of past adventures and of course, a few jokes.
In a carreer spanning six decades, Buzz Cason has been living the rock & roll dream. He formed Nashville's
first rock & roll band "The Casuals" in the mid 50s which became a successful touring act and Brenda Lee's
backing band. He then started a solo career with the hit "Look For A Star" under the name Garry Miles.
Buzz is also a successful songwriter. His most well‐known song is the classic "Everlasting Love" (co‐written
by Mac Gayden). Another one of Buzz's songs, "Soldier of Love" (co‐written by Tony Moon), was recorded
by Arthur Alexander and the Beatles. Later he wrote a number one for Tommy Overstreet ("Ann, Don't Go
Runnin'") and hits for Mel Tillis, T.G. Shephard and the McCarters and many others.
Buzz produced Clifford Curry ("She Shot A Hold In My Soul"), Van & Titus ("Cry Baby Cry") and Jimmy
Buffett's albums "Down to Earth" and "High Cumberland Jubilee" for which he also co‐wrote several songs.
In the 21st century Buzz has released a string of critically acclaimed albums of original material. In 2004, his
autobiography was published. An updated edition was released in 2012. Six decades and Buzz is still rockin'!