Buzz Cason

Real Name:James E. Cason

American singer, songwriter and producer.
Born November 27, 1939 in Nashville, Tennessee.
Founder of Buzz Cason Productions, Inc. and Buzz Cason Publications, Inc..
His music career has spanned more than 60 years. 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's had a very successful songwriter. His most well-known song is the classic “Everlasting Love” (co-written by Mac Gayden) that was recorded by Carl Carlton, Gloria Estefan, U2 and many others. It was #1 in U.K. in 1968 by the band Love Affair. Another one of Buzz’s songs, “Soldier of Love” (co-written by Tony Moon), was recorded by Arthur Alexander, Pearl Jam and the Beatles. He also wrote a Country #1 hit for Tommy Overstreet (“Ann, Don’t Go Runnin'”) and songs for Martina McBride, Brenda Lee, Dolly Parton, Placido Domingo, Mel Tillis, T.G. Shephard, the McCarters, Oak Ridge Boys, Jerry Lee Lewis and many others. He's had 56 songs chart in the U.S. and U.K. between 1962 and 2004.
In 2006, Buzz released his autobiography "Living The Rock & Roll Dream". He collaborated with his sons Taylor and Parker on release titled "2020".
Buzz is also the founder and owner of the legendary Creative Workshop recording studio that was built in 1970, has been used for numerous hit records, and is still going strong. , , MySpace , Imdb , Wikipedia
Aliases:Bill Allison (4), Bob Lester, Garry Miles
In Groups:The Linda K. Singers
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