Buck Owens

The 500 Greatest Songs of the 1950s: 250 – 241

By Steve Crawford | February 1, 2020

The budding guitarist/farm laborer/truck driver relocated to Bakersfield

Country Music History – Essential Releases of 1988, Part II

By Steve Crawford | February 18, 2017

Al late career return

Country Music History – Essential Releases of 1961, Part I

By Steve Crawford | September 29, 2016

another number written with Harlan Howard

The Big Huerta Passes the Buck

By Edward Huerta | June 25, 2015

The painting is pretty goofy looking. I don’t know why. Buck used to be pretty goofy onstage. I mean he threw out some great zingers at people that were dancing. He almost sounded like he had a few drinks in him, not sure, don’t need to know, but he was pretty dang funny. I also gave him some flowers just to gussy him up.

From Bobdylan.com: A Post-MusiCares Conversation with Bill Flanagan

By admin | February 14, 2015

Back then, though, Buck and Merle were closely associated; two of a kind. They defined the Bakersfield sound. Buck reached out to me in those days, and lifted up my spirits when I was down, I mean really down

10 Songs: Sunday, August 3rd, 2014

By Iman Lababedi | August 3, 2014

Nashville Cats – The Lovin’ Spoonful – Remember the birth of country rock, you know where nobody could believe The Byrds were for real or even Gram Parsons existed at all? On this wonderful ode to the guitarists in Nashville, John Sebastian gives the back story to the coming of age of white US rock performers in 1966… Pick it – A+