Buddy Killen

Vrai nom:
William Doyce Killen
Profil:
American bassist, record producer, songwriter and music publisher.
Cousin of Billy J. Killen.

Born: November 13, 1932 in Florence, Alabama
Died: November 1, 2006 in Nashville, Tennessee (pancreatic cancer)

Killen was a bass player in the Grand Ole Opry before he was hired, in 1953 by Jack Stapp in the newly formed Tree Publishing Co., Inc., which over the years became one of the major pubishing companies of Country music. When Stapp died in 1980, Killen became president and the sole owner the company, till he sold it to Sony in 1989.
He later founded KMG Records (1997) and with his Killen Music Group, Killen published some songs on the soundtrack to the film Idlewild. He also co-published the popular "Me and My Gang" by Rascal Flatts and worked with artists such as Faith Hill, Trace Adkins, Kenny Chesney, Reba McEntire and Bill Anderson.
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209 Whatcha Gonna Do Tomorrow? / I'm Comin' After You — Buddy Killen Buddy Killen Whatcha Gonna Do Tomorrow? / I'm Comin' After You(7") University Records (2) 209 US 1959 Vendre cette version
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45-4008-V Thank You For Calling — Buddy Killen Buddy Killen Thank You For Calling(7") Scarlet Records (5) 45-4008-V US 1960 Vendre cette version