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William Doyce Buddy Killen (November 13, 1932 – November 1, 2006) was an American record producer and music publisher, and a former owner of Trinity Broadcasting Network and Tree International Publishing, the largest country music publishing business, before he sold it to CBS Records in 1989. He was also the owner of Killen Music Group, involved with more diverse genres of music, such as pop and rap.
Killen was the former owner of Trinity Broadcasting Network, the largest country music publishing business, before he sold it in 1989. Killen was a bass player in the Grand Ole Opry before he was hired, in 1953, to listen to new songs in a new business started by Jack Stapp, the manager of the Grand Ole Opry. When Stapp died in 1980, Killen became the sole owner of what would become Tree International.
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Killen began playing bass for a comedy group that appeared on the Grand Ole Opry. After the group broke up, he became a staff bassist with the Opry while playing on recording sessions and singing on music publishing demos. In 1953, Killen came to the attention of Tree Publishing founder Jack Stapp who asked him to produce some songs on a young girl singer. Killen was a songplugger - he'd try to interest recording artists in covering songs from the Tree catalog. His first success came the next year in 1954 when "By the Law of My Heart" was recorded by Mercury Records bluegrass singer Benny Martin.
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