"Buzz's story makes me want to quit my day gig and run off and join a rock 'n' roll band!"
"One of the most gifted creative artists I have known, Buzz Cason made it as a performer, recording artist, writer, producer, and publisher, and he did it with the grace, good humor, and true humility that shines through these stories of his life and is the reason he remains a relevant player in the music business today."
"Buzz Cason as an example of a true renaissance man because Buzz really has excelled in so many areas. As a songwriter, he has had songs recorded by the Beatles, U2, Gloria Estefan, Pearl Jam and Robert Knight. As a publisher he has signed songs like “Honey” and “Little Green Apples”. He traveled all over the world as an entertainer with Brenda Lee in the early years. He has been the voice of “Alvin” on “Chipmunk” records. He is a recording artist, studio owner, a record producer and if that’s not all, a racecar driver. Above all, Buzz is a really nice person.”
Hal Newman, Music Theory Department, Middle Tennessee State University
"Buzz Cason is one of the most fascinating and interesting individuals out of Nashville.....he has lived "The Rock and Roll Dream," and can share the history and personalities that have shaped rock music and contemporary culture since the late 1950's. Buzz has a genuine understanding having performed with many of the great rock artists over the years. His writing and producing for major rock acts makes him a rare person who can tell the up's and down's of rock and popular music. Buzz combines his history and knowledge with a sincere Christian witness for today's college students. Buzz's compassion for people and the Christian gospel makes for an eclectic blend of how and why rock music has had such an impact on America's youth for the past forty plus years."
Michael V. Carter, President, Campbellsville University, Kentucky
"Vocally he's warm, raspy and engaging, and fans of Billy Joe Shaver and Steve Forbert will find a kindred spirit."
Doug Waterman, American Songwriter Magazine
"Buzz Cason hit the stage with a three-piece band and a fireball rock and roll attack. Cason’s written big songs in a wide range of genres. Two of his jewels are – “Solider of Love,” covered by Arthur Alexander, Pearl Jam and The Beatles (who else can say that?) and “Everlasting Love,” the great R&B tune."
Craig Havighurst, Music City Roots
"Buzz Cason is the Father of Nashville Rock!"
Alamo Jones, Sirius XM's Outlaw Country