It’s been a busy and prosperous Spring for Americana/Roots Rock singer-songwriter Buzz Cason. With his new album climbing the charts, a national tour underway, and a healthy radio/press presence, this is the time to tune into Buzz.
His recently released 12th album, Troubadour Heart (Plowboy Records), has been gaining chart traction, hitting #86 on the Americana Music Association Radio chart. Single “Pretend” just hit #7 on the Roots Music Folk Chart and “When I Get To California” hit #39 on the Roots Music Top 50 Americana Country Song Chart.
Aside from Troubadour Heart, Buzz’s rich catalog of songs continues to inspire and excite. Dolly Parton’s interpretation of his tune “Don’t Drop Out” is in heavy rotation on Little Steven’s Underground Garage (Sirius/XM Channel 21).
Annie Lennox has also been singing Buzz’s praises, recently expressing her adoration for “Everlasting Love” (a song he co-wrote with Mac Gayden, which had been covered by Robert Knight, Gloria Estefan, U2, Carl Carlton, and as a duet with Rachel Sweet and Rex Smith) on her website and Facebook page.
Buzz Cason is continuing his US tour throughout 2014 - Tour Dates