Buddy Miller

Genres: Christian & Gospel Country & Bluegrass Pop / Rock
Tags: country americana alt-country singer-songwriter seen live rock Powered by AudioScrobbler
Decades: 1990s 2000s
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6 September 1952, Fairborn, Ohio, USA. This acclaimed guitarist and singer-songwriter started out as a bass player in bluegrass bands before switching to acoustic guitar in the late 60s. His long years as a journeyman session musician saw him criss-crossing America with various bands. He also set up his own Buddy Miller Band, which at one point in the early 80s included a young Shawn Colvin on guitar and vocals. Miller also built up an impressive list of guest credits, working with artists such as Victoria Williams, Emmylou Harris, Lucinda Williams, and Kate Campbell. The most important writing partnerships in Miller’s life have been the ones formed with his singer-songwriter wife Julie, who he first met in Austin, Texas, and North Carolina native Jim Lauderdale. Buddy’s self-produced debut, Your Love And Other Lies, was recorded in his living room with help from his wife, Harris and Lauderdale. Released on HighTone Records in 1995, the album drew...

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