Buddy Harman

Buddy Harman was one of the most-heard drummers in recorded history. As a mainstay in the Nashville studios, Buddy laid the beat for classic American pop songs such as “Pretty Woman,” “Cathy’s Clown,” and a string of recordings with Elvis Presley including “Little Sister.” Buddy’s innovations as a player have been an influence on a generation of drummers especially those who follow the Nashville Sound. His dedication to musician’s rights made him a respected leader in Nashville, where his influence will be felt and heard for years to come.

Interview Date:
July 17, 2003
Date of Birth:
December 23, 1928
Deceased Date:
August 21, 2008
Job Title:
Musician

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