Buzz Meade
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Buzz Meade

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Buzz has released 5 solo albums since the age of 16. The first four CDs (535, Both my dads are salesmen, Principle of Disinterest and Celebrate) were 5 song EP's.

Reflect the Light, the October 2005 release, has 12 tracks including 2 Demo songs, as well as new versions of earlier songs Las Vegas, Torn in Two and Say Goodbye. Say Goodbye has also been used in 3 indie films. All these albums are available through, except Celebrate and Principle of Disinterest, which are both SOLD OUT.

Reflect the Light is available on this site for the discounted price of $12.00 (Including Shipping and Handling) payable through PAYPAL.



He has been playing music for half of his life and all over the U.S. Buzz had his first success in a local rock band, Thrill Hammer, and garnered local radio play at the age of 16. In 2001, He moved to Hollywood, CA and played guitar for various up and coming artists while recording his fourth solo CD. Returning to the Midwest in 2002, he recorded in Chicago at Steve Albini's (Nirvana) Electrical Audio. Los Angeles came calling again in 2004 when Buzz got to work with Producer Ryan Dorn (Whitney Houston) playing guitar for a recently signed Southern California Pop Rock act.

In early 2005, Buzz begin work on his first full length solo album, "Reflect The Light", in Milwaukee with Engineer Kevin Arndt at The Exchange, one of the best studios in Wisconsin (owned by Joe Puerta of Bruce Hornsby and the Range fame). The album ranges from Pop/Rock to Jazz to Country and guest musicians include everyone from Tommy Greywolf (Brooks and Dunn) to John Calarco (Daryl Stuermer, Greg Koch).