Bud Tower

Bud TowerBud Tower is a Nashville-based singer-songwriter. His latest major cuts are “Gods and Guns,” the title track of Lynryd Skynryd’s album and “Red, White & Pink-Slip Blues” released as a single to radio by Hank Williams, Jr. Some 50 other of Bud’s songs have been recorded by indie artists and found their way into various movie and video projects.Bud is the founder of the New Orleans Songwriters Festival (2008-2012) and with Robert DiGiorgio of Key Largo, co-founded the Downtown Key Largo Songfest.

Over the past two years, Bud has had songs recorded by artists in the US (Waylon Thibodeaux in Louisiana and Nashville artist Nathan Lee Jackson), Switzerland (The Nada Cowboys), The Netherlands (Nina Flaaseth), and has a song, “Please Don’t Take Me Home” in “One Note At A Time“, a documentary movie about post-Katrina New Orleans’ music and musicians produced by Reneé Edwards, BBC film documentarian.