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Buzz has been called the Father of Nashville Rock and was honored by the Country Music Hall of Fame as part of their Poets & Prophets series in 2014. Buzz Cason formed The Casuals, one of the first rock bands in Nashville. Over the next four decades, he worked successfully as a performer, songwriter, producer, actor and recording studio pioneer. He wrote the hit song “Everlasting Love,” published the award-winning songs “Honey” and “Little Green Apples,” sang with Roy Orbison, Kenny Rogers, Brenda Lee and Jimmy Buffet, and recorded with such artists as Olivia Newton-John, Emmylou Harris, Merle Haggard and The Gatlin Brothers.


Robert Cline Jr. is a Troubadour and owner of Mockingbird Records, LLC, and founding member of Heart Strings and Highways, a coop of musicians and venues

Robert Cline Jr. has rambled across the country, from the farmlands to the main streets of middle-America, creating a love for the open road and the experiences of the heartland. His inspiration is pulled from a diverse array of people and places,.. as he searched for his song…

Robert Cline Jr.’s career began as a collaboration with members of The Subdudes, including John Magnie and Steve Amedee, both in the studio and on the stage,” and continued his career playing and writing with members of the Swappers from Muscle Shoals.


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