Buddy Miller, who grew up in Princeton, is a highly acclaimed singer/songwriter, musician, recording artist, and producer.  A Grammy Award winner and recipient of multiple Americana Music Honors & Awards, Miller signed on as a producer for the hit ABC TV series Nashville in 2012, and was the executive music producer for two seasons.

Miller, who makes his home in Nashville, is married to and has recorded powerful, inspiring music with singer/songwriter Julie Miller. Together they have been at the center of the best new music to emerge from that vibrant scene and beyond -- writing, playing, collaborating, and co-producing with Patty Griffin, Robert Plant, Shawn Colvin, Emmylou Harris, Lucinda Williams, and Steve Earle, to name just a few.

Buddy's remarkable recording career includes over 30 records; please see discography and more information at www.BuddyMiller.com.  Since 2005, he has led the Americana All Star Band which performs with nominated artists during the Americana Music Honors & Awards ceremony, held annually at the legendary Ryman Auditorium in Nashville. In addition, Buddy continues to join with long-time friend and collaborator Jim Lauderdale in hosting the Buddy & Jim Radio Show on Sirius XM Outlaw Channel 60, engaging with other musicians in a "two-hour weekly Americana journey."  

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