Buddy Causey started recording music in Muscle Shoals, Alabama at 19 years of age and had record deals on UNITED ARTIST, CAPITOL, ROULETTE, and WARNER BROS.
December 7, 2007 Buddy suffered an extremely unusual stroke that left him temporarily visually impaired. He had to use a walker, stuttered severely, went through a divorce and lost everything he had... literally. He went to the University of Alabama for voice therapy. They used Buddy as a case study since they had never before studied a singer that suffered from strokes. After a year of treatments the doctor told Buddy, “I hate to tell you this but you are going to have to accept the fact that you will never sing again. The diagnosis that there was nerve damage to one of his vocal chords left Buddy hopeless. He lost everything he had and even his ability to sing. Buddy started reading the bible, praying, and forming a relationship with God. He still was very unclear about what his purpose was in life. He then began asking God to let him sing again and promised God that if he would answer this prayer he would sing for God and His Glory. It was over 4 years from the time Buddy had his first stroke to when he finally started recording his CD, WELL DONE MY SON, which is the 1st installment payment on his promise to God. The music on this CD is Southern Rock with an R&B GROOVE with Christian lyrics.
“My today's are quite different from my yesterdays. Now I sing at churches and Celebrate Recovery Meetings in the very same towns where I once sang at parties and clubs. I'm proud of the music I play, but I'm even more proud of what my songs say today. They tell my story of being lost, lonely, emotionally, physically and spiritually defeated and also unable to sing. His Amazing Grace changing everything; how he has given me redemption, a purpose for my life and show that God can work through anyone ....even me.” ~ Buddy
I would love the opportunity to share my music and testimony.
Find me on Facebook at Buddy Causey Artist Page or buddycausey.com
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