Buddy Emmons

Country, Guitarist

1937 –

48

Who is Buddy Emmons?

Buddy Emmons, is an American guitarist.

Emmons has been called "The World's Foremost Steel Guitarist" and his talent is greatly admired by fellow steel guitarists. His musical versatility spans genres such as country, swing, jazz, folk, and country-rock, and he has performed or recorded with a wide variety of vocalists and musicians including Judy Collins, Linda Ronstadt, Ernest Tubb, John Hartford, The Everly Brothers, Ray Price, and Lenny Breau. His innovative musical stylings range from tasteful ballad accompaniment and classical music to be-bop jazz, big band swing standards, and Western swing. He has also made significant contributions to the design, development, and evolution of the pedal steel guitar as a musical instrument.

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Born
Jan 27, 1937
Mishawaka
Also known as
  • Emmons, Buddy
  • Emmons, Buddie
  • Buddie Emmons
  • Buddie Gene Emmons
Nationality
  • United States of America
Profession

Submitted
on July 23, 2013

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