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Gord Bamford proudly accepted the award for Best Album of the Year at the 2016 Canadian Country Music Association Awards!  The album, Tin Roof, features 7 songs co-written by Buddy Owens. ...

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Nora Collins' self titled EP features 2 Buddy Owens songs titled "WhatCha See Is WhatCha Get" (Nora Collins/Jenee Fleenor/Buddy Owens) and "Miss Me Off The Whiskey" (Nora ...

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The Sandy Lee Watkins Songwriters’ Festival, aka Sandy Lee Songfest, is adding a new event this year. There will be an art exhibit featuring Buddy's artwork! ...

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Buddy's song "Don't Let Her Be Gone" (written with Ray Stephenson & John from Brothers Osborne) was nominated for the 2016 Canadian Country Music Association's "Single of the Year" Award.  In addition, Gord ...

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Blake Reid's newest single "Cowboys Were Kings" (co-written with Buddy and Phil O'Donnell) was released to Canadian radio this week! The song is featured on his album Rust, which is available on iTunes and ...

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"Long Way From Waylon," a song Buddy wrote with Meghan Patrick, Gord Bamford, and Phil O'Donnell is featured on Meghan Patrick's new album 'Grace & Grit'! The album is available for ...

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Gord Bamford's 7th studio album, TIN ROOF, was released on April 8, 2016. The new album features 7 songs written by Buddy Owens including: "Don't Let Her Be Gone" (written with ...

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"Where A Farm Used To Be," a song written by Buddy Owens, Phil O'Donnell, and Gord Bamford, has been awarded "Single of the Year" and "Songwriters of The Year" at the 2015 Canadian CMA Awards!  This is Buddy's ...

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Gord Bamford released his newest single "Don't Let Her Be Gone" on iTunes Canada today!  The song was written by Buddy Owens, Ray Stephenson, and John Osborne and will be performed by Gord live at the CCMA Music ...

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The Canadian Country Music Association recently announced this year's CCMA Awards nominations and Buddy Owens' song "Where A Farm Used To Be" recieved 3 nominations!  The song, written with Phil O'Donnell and Gord ...

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