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Buddy Miller

Buddy Miller

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“I just play along with people. I am a lucky man. Nashville is an amazing city and every day someone really great is moving to town. Keep your eyes and heart open and you run into people who really move you and one person leads to another person. I like being exposed to new music writers. When I was a kid and getting into music, I looked at the record to see who wrote the songs and who played on it. I went on a chase to find everything they did. Donnie Fritz, Dan Penn, Dallas Frazier, and the Grateful Dead.”

“In Nashville, it is so dense and intense. When I find something good and special, I love to expose everyone to it. I am the executive music producer for a TV show on ABC and that entails listening to a lot of music. I think listening to bad music is bad for your soul. When I find something that is great, I get excited and want to hear more and more and more. There is a lot of that in Nashville and we cut songs by writers who don’t have other outlets. We expose some great writers whose songs need to be heard.”

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