Marty Stuart Show - Guest, Buck Trent (2009)
Roy Clark Buck Trent Dueling Banjos
Buck Trent's Lick of the Week 1 - "I'm Gonna Feed You Now"
BUCK TRENT and WENDY HOLCOMBE - DUELING BANJOS / FOGGY MOUNTAIN BREAKDOWN
Buck Trent's Lick of the Week 5 - "Wildwood Flower"
Roy Clark & Buck Trent - Ghost Riders In The Sky
Shuckin The Corn ,,,,, Roy Clark and Buck Trent 1977
Buck Trent Tennessee Banjo
Buck Trent - Rollin' In My Sweet Baby's Arms
Mack Magaha & Buck Trent Black Mountain Rag
Pickin on Buck ( Trent that is )
Rollin In My Sweet Baby's Arms ... Roy Clark ,, Buck Trent .
Shuckin' the corn Roy Clark and Buck Trent
Buck Trent's Lick of the Week 2 - "Buckin' The Five"
Buck Trent - The Battle Of New Orleans
Buck Trent Show in Branson Missouri - Country Music in Mo
Buck Trent - Flint Hill Special (The Marty Stuart Show)
BUCK TRENT PERFORMING "FLINT HILL SPECIAL" ON THE MARTY STUART SHOW
Buck Trent's Lick of the Week 3 - "Poppin' Corn"
Buck Trent's Lick of the Week 4 - "Banjo Buck"
Buck Trent in Cape Girardeau Mo. Dec. 11, 2011 with Maggie Thorn.
Improve Your Chip Shot Featuring Dan Davis & Buck Trent | Golf Lessons
Buck Trent Country Music Show 2014
The Late Sleeper by Buck Trent
The Buck Trent Show in Branson - Buck Trent Plays at Thousand Hills
That Honeymoon Feeling ,,, Roy Clark and Buck Trent .
Buck Trent Boogie!
Natalie Buck/Trent Nelson-Bond
Rosie Maria interviews Buck Trent at Strawberry Festival
Buck Trent & Dan Surber 'Live' Earls Breakdown
Marty Stuart - Tear The Woodpile Down (Feat. Buck Trent)
The Buck Trent Morning Show - Branson Missouri
Byron Tyler LIVE from Branson with Buck Trent
LIL BUCK, TRENT, ND JOSH MURKING!!
Marty Stuart - Holding on to Nothing (Featuring Buck Trent)
Buck Trent Commercial
Buck Trent Country Music Show - Branson, Missouri
Marty Stuart - Holding On To Nothing (Feat. Buck Trent)
Shows In Branson | Buck Trent
Presleys' RFD-TV Buck Trent Comedy
Country Family Reunion - Hee Haw "Pickin and Grinnin"
Buck Trent Theatre compressed Allen
Da SON, Joe Bucks, Trent Lord, JP & lil Quin - Houston Cypher(Street Elgance)
JOOKIN COMBO!! LIL BUCK, KEVIORR, GWALKA, TRENT,LIL YO,NDOT!
Natalie Buck and Trent Nelson-Bond
Passing The Buck Republican Trent Franks Tosses Hot Rape and Incest Comments at Dems
Natalie Buck & Trent Nelson-Bond
Natalie Buck & Trent Nelson-Bond
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Charles Wilburn "Buck" Trent (born February 17, 1938) is an American country music instrumentalist currently performing in Branson, Missouri. He invented the electric banjo and also plays the five-string banjo, dobro, steel guitar, mandolin, electric bass and guitar.
Biography [ edit ]
Born and raised in
Spartanburg, South Carolina, Buck started performing on WORD (AM) Radio at the age of 10. He traveled to California and Texas, finally arriving in Nashville in 1959 where he joined the Bill Carlisle Show and first appeared on the Grand Ole Opry. He was a member of Bill Monroe's Bluegrass Boys from 1960-1961, Porter Wagoner's "Wagon Masters" from 1962 to 1973, and also appeared on the and Roy Clark Show . He played lead guitar on Hee Haw Dolly Parton's "I Will Always Love You" and "Jolene". In 2012 Buck was featured on two songs on Marty Stuart's album, "Nashville, Vol. 1: Tear the Woodpile Down".
Over his long history, Buck has received many awards and nominations. He was twice named the Country Music Association Instrumentalist of the Year (1975, 1976) and he was twice the No. 1 Instrumentalist of the Year for the Music City Awards. Included in his nominations are the 1976 No. 1 Instrumentalist of the Year for Record World, 1972 through 1981 No. 1 Instrumentalist for the Music City News Awards and in 1979–1981 Instrumental Group of the Year (with Wendy Holcomb in the Bluegrass category) for the Music City News Awards.
In addition to "The
Porter Wagoner Show" and " Hee Haw", other television credits for Buck Trent include "The Marty Stuart Show", "Country's Family Reunion" on RFD-TV, " Mike Douglas Show", " The Tonight Show", "Nashville on the Road", "Tommy Hunter Show", " Dinah!", " Command Performance", "Music City Tonight", and " Nashville Now".
Buck's performing career also includes many touring shows, in particular he toured the
U.S.S.R. with Roy Clark in 1976. This was the first country music act to tour Soviet Russia. In the early 80's while on tour with the " Porter Wagoner Show", Buck came to Branson, Missouri and performed at the Baldknobber's Jamboree Theatre. Several years later he opened for Mickey Gilley at the Mickey Gilley Theatre in Branson, Missouri and then in 1990 became he became the first national act to open a live music show in Branson performed in the morning. Buck's current morning show in Branson, Missouri is called "Buck Trent Country Music Show" and is performed at RFD-TV The Theatre.
Discography [ edit ]
References [ edit ]
External links [ edit ]