Johnny Owens

Buck Owens, was an American musician, singer, songwriter and band leader. He was the front man for Buck Owens and the Buckaroos, which had 21 No. 1 hits on the Billboard country music charts.  Buck had over 70 Billboard top 40 hit songs, sold millions of records and was the co host of the long running tv series, HEE HAW ( 27 years).  Best known for his legendary red, white and blue guitar.

Growing up Buck Owens’ son, Johnny was surrounded by the best of the best, musically. Once his father passed, Johnny felt it was important to keep his


dad’s legacy in country music alive. He has a passionfor traditional country music.  Johnny Owens  near perfection performing his dad’s songs, and the


sweet sounds of pedal steel guitar and fiddle, mixed with guitar twang, have proven to be a winning combination. According to Robert E. Price, writer


of The Bakersfield Sound, "history of the hard-edged style that transformed country music," and for The Bakersfield Californian, Johnny Owens . .   are as


close in tone and appearance to his Buckness as any that walk the earth today."

Currently, Johnny Owens  plays throughout the year at the world famous Buck Owens' Crystal Palace as well as tour dates.  Johnny has performed with


Dwight Yoakam, Wade Hayes and many more.