Buzz Cason, Founder of Nashville’s First Rock & Roll Band “The Casuals,” Has Passed Away

With heavy hearts, we announce the passing of Buzz Cason, a beloved friend, mentor, and influential figure in the music industry. Buzz touched the lives of many as a producer, co-writer, publisher, and dear friend. His presence in our lives over the decades was a testament to his kindness, generosity, and unwavering support.

A Life of Dedication and Generosity

Buzz Cason was a creative force and a big supporter of artists, like Sugarcane Jane. He co-wrote hit songs that fans love. His work, like “Everlasting Love” and “Soldier of Love,” will inspire future generations.

Expressions of Condolence

We extend our deepest condolences to Buzz’s wife, Vickie, and all who were fortunate to know him. We invite you to share your cherished memories and tributes in the comments below, celebrating Buzz’s remarkable life and the profound impact he had on our community.

Funeral Arrangements and Donations

Details regarding funeral services will be announced soon. In lieu of flowers, contributions may be made to the Country Music Hall of Fame or other charitable organizations that were close to Buzz’s heart.

Buzz Cason: A Legacy Remembered

Buzz, the “Father of Nashville rock,” shaped the city’s music scene for over 60 years. He founded its first rock band and later set up the famous Creative Workshop studio. His love for music and hard work inspired many, leaving a lasting impact on the industry.

Celebrating Buzz’s Impact

As we mourn Buzz Cason’s passing, we celebrate his enduring legacy of creativity, service, and love. His spirit will live on through the music he created and the lives he enriched.

This revised content aims to respectfully commemorate Buzz Cason’s life, emphasizing his significant contributions to the music industry and his profound impact on those who knew him.

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