Becky Buller

If you're a fan of acoustic music, particularly bluegrass, and you haven't heard of fiddler Becky Buller, there's a good chance you've heard some of her songs.  Becky's compositions have been recorded by Ricky Skaggs (“Music To My Ears”), Rhonda Vincent ("Fishers of Men"), Doyle Lawson & Quicksilver ("Be Living"), Josh Williams ("You Love Me Today"), and Russell Moore & IIIrd Tyme Out ("My Angeline" and "Rest My Weary Feet.")

Becky grew up in a very musical southern Minnesota family.  The Bullers had a band called Prairie Grass with Gordy and Roxy Shultz for many years.  Becky studied classical violin with both Patti Tryhus and Charles Gray and was in the Mankato Area Youth Symphony and even the Minnesota All-State Orchestra throughout high school.  But her heart was always that of a fiddler.

After graduating in 2001 with a public relations degree from East Tennessee State University (ETSU) where she took part in their Bluegrass, Old-Time and Country Music program, Becky hit the road to fiddle for Valerie Smith & Liberty Pike.  Becky spent ten years touring internationally, writing for, and recording with the group, producing several of Val's most recent records.  In 2011, she decided to pursue a performing career of her own.  Since 2005, Becky has also been a member of the award-winning Daughters of Bluegrass.  She also toured extensively with Appalachian Trail from Bristol, Va., while at school.  Most recently, Becky has been on tour with four-time and current reigning IBMA “Female Vocalist Of The Year” Dale Ann Bradley.

Becky has two solo records to her credit:  Little Bird (2004) and Rest My Weary Feet (2000).  She also released a duet album with Valerie Smith:  Here's A Little Song (2007).  Becky is featured on several of Valerie Smith & Liberty Pike’s recordings as well as two albums from the award-winning Daughters of Bluegrass: Back To The Well (2006) and  Bluegrass Bouquet (2008). 

Becky currently lives in Manchester, Tenn., with her husband Jeff Haley and their kitty cat Curly Ray.