Tips on studio production from Becky Buller
About Becky Buller
Born to Southern Minnesotan bluegrass dry-cleaners Emory and Linda, Becky Buller came into the world singing. At age 10, she enrolled in Suzuki method violin classes and by age 13, was playing with Prairie Grass and entering fiddle contests. She soon found another musical passion; songwriting. Notable compositions of Becky’s include: “Fishers of Men,” recorded by Rhonda Vincent, “Charlie Lawson’s Still,” recorded by the Mark Newton Band, and “Be Living,” by Doyle Lawson and Quicksilver.
Becky’s debut as a Bell Buckle Records artist, Little Bird, her debut, pairs her with some of Nashville’s finest, including Ron Block, Adam Steffey, Rob Ickes, Andrea Zonn, Carl Jackson and Wayne Benson. Ten of the thirteen tracks are written by Buller. Most recently she recorded an album of duets with Valerie Smith called Here’s a Little Song. You can catch Becky on tour all over the world with Valerie Smith & Liberty Pike, of which she has been a proud member since 2001.