Aaron Kenneth Buttrey, né le 1er avril 1945 à Nashville, Tennessee et mort le 12 septembre 2004, était un batteur de musique rock. Musicien de studio à Nashville et membre du groupe The Stray Gators, il a participé à de nombreuses formations majeures de la scène rock depuis les années 1970, en particulier avec Bob Dylan, Neil Young et J.J. Cale.

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  • Aaron Kenneth Buttrey, né le 1er avril 1945 à Nashville, Tennessee et mort le 12 septembre 2004, était un batteur de musique rock. Musicien de studio à Nashville et membre du groupe The Stray Gators, il a participé à de nombreuses formations majeures de la scène rock depuis les années 1970, en particulier avec Bob Dylan, Neil Young et J.J. Cale.
  • Aaron Kenneth Buttrey (Nashville, Tennessee, 1 de abril de 1945 – ibídem, 12 de septiembre de 2004) fue un batería estadounidense. Según CMT, fue «uno de los músicos de sesión más influyentes de la historia de Nashville».
  • Aaron Kenneth Buttrey (April 1, 1945 – September 12, 2004) was an American drummer and arranger. According to CMT, he was "one of the most influential session musicians in Nashville history".Buttrey was born in Nashville, Tennessee, became a professional musician at age 11 and went on his first world tour at the age of 14 with Chet Atkins. He first worked with Charlie McCoy, and went on to play with two of his own groups, Barefoot Jerry and Area Code 615. Area Code 615 was best known for its song "Stone Fox Chase," which was the theme song for the BBC music programme The Old Grey Whistle Test in the 1970s.However, he was best known as a session player, and worked with a number of well-known musicians. His best-known work was with Bob Dylan, Neil Young, and Jimmy Buffett.He appears on Dylan's Blonde on Blonde, Nashville Skyline, Self Portrait and John Wesley Harding albums; Young's albums Tonight's the Night, Harvest, and Harvest Moon; and Buffett's Changes in Latitudes, Changes in Attitudes (including the iconic "Margaritaville"). He also worked with Joe Simon playing on Simon hits: "The Choking Kind", "Farther On Down The Road" and "Moonwalk", J.J. Cale, Bob Seger, Gordon Lightfoot, Elvis Presley, Mickey Newbury, Donovan, George Harrison, Joan Baez, Peggy Scott and Jo Jo Benson, Dan Fogelberg and Kris Kristofferson. In addition to studio work, Buttrey was a member of Neil Young's touring band, the Stray Gators. In 1972, he left the Stray Gators during their tour, saying all the fan attention was too much. Johnny Barbata replaced Buttrey in mid-tour. Buttrey also played in the group Rig. In 1979, Buttrey provided the drumming for Chuck Berry's latest studio album Rock It. Also in 1979, Kenny played drums on contemporary Christian singer Don Francisco's "Got to Tell Somebody" album.He was quoted as saying he is most proud of his drumming on Bob Dylan's "Lay Lady Lay", released on Nashville Skyline.Buttrey died of cancer in Nashville on September 12, 2004.
  • Aaron Kenneth Buttrey (* 1. April 1945 in Nashville; † 12. September 2004, ebenda) war ein einflussreicher Schlagzeuger und Studiomusiker der US-amerikanischen Folk- und Countryszene. Kenny Buttrey wirkte neben der Arbeit als Liveschlagzeuger an zahlreichen Aufnahmen namhafter Künstler mit, u.a. bei Bob Dylan, Bob Seger, Elvis Presley, Donovan, George Harrison, J. J. Cale, Joan Baez, Kris Kristofferson und Neil Young.
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  • Aaron Kenneth Buttrey, né le 1er avril 1945 à Nashville, Tennessee et mort le 12 septembre 2004, était un batteur de musique rock. Musicien de studio à Nashville et membre du groupe The Stray Gators, il a participé à de nombreuses formations majeures de la scène rock depuis les années 1970, en particulier avec Bob Dylan, Neil Young et J.J. Cale.
  • Aaron Kenneth Buttrey (Nashville, Tennessee, 1 de abril de 1945 – ibídem, 12 de septiembre de 2004) fue un batería estadounidense. Según CMT, fue «uno de los músicos de sesión más influyentes de la historia de Nashville».
  • Aaron Kenneth Buttrey (* 1. April 1945 in Nashville; † 12. September 2004, ebenda) war ein einflussreicher Schlagzeuger und Studiomusiker der US-amerikanischen Folk- und Countryszene. Kenny Buttrey wirkte neben der Arbeit als Liveschlagzeuger an zahlreichen Aufnahmen namhafter Künstler mit, u.a. bei Bob Dylan, Bob Seger, Elvis Presley, Donovan, George Harrison, J. J. Cale, Joan Baez, Kris Kristofferson und Neil Young.
  • Aaron Kenneth Buttrey (April 1, 1945 – September 12, 2004) was an American drummer and arranger. According to CMT, he was "one of the most influential session musicians in Nashville history".Buttrey was born in Nashville, Tennessee, became a professional musician at age 11 and went on his first world tour at the age of 14 with Chet Atkins. He first worked with Charlie McCoy, and went on to play with two of his own groups, Barefoot Jerry and Area Code 615.
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