Becky Buller - Christmas 45, Vol. 1 and Vol. 2
  • The Box
  • Mary Rocked Her Baby feat. The Fairfield Four
  • The Savior Is Born
  • Our Gingerbread House
  • The Box
    Genre: Bluegrass
    MP3 (03:37) [8.28 MB]
  • Mary Rocked Her Baby feat. The Fairfield Four
    Genre: Christmas
    MP3 (03:29) [7.97 MB]
  • The Savior Is Born
    Genre: Bluegrass
    MP3 (03:18) [7.55 MB]
  • Our Gingerbread House
    Genre: Bluegrass
    MP3 (02:25) [5.55 MB]
"Surprise and merry Christmas, everybody!! These two new tunes(The Box and Mary Rocked Her Baby) are our gift to you this holiday season.

’The Box’ was co-written with the fantastic dancing Canadian fiddler April Verch and features my insanely talented road band.

The Grammy award-winning Fairfield Four and I recorded ‘Mary Rocked Her Baby’ all the way back on Thanksgiving weekend 2016!! I’m especially excited to release this song this year because is is The Four’s 100th anniversary as a band. (These gentlemen are obviously the third generation of the group.) This one was co-written with the incomparable Lisa Aschmann from right here in Nashville.

My prayer for all of us is that we spread the light of hope, joy, peace and love wherever we go.” - Becky Buller

Radio contact:
Dark Shadow Recording
Jana Mougin

Musicians on "The Box":
Becky Buller - Vocals/Fiddle
Ned Luberecki - Banjo
Jake Eddy - Guitar/Vocal
Wes Lee - Mandolin/Vocal
Danile Hardin - Bass/Vocal

Songwriters: Becky Buller / April Verch

Singers on "Mary Rocked Her Baby":
Becky Buller
The Fairfield Four

Songwriter: Becky Buller/Lisa Aschmann

Official release date: November 26, 2021
Smart link: The Christmas 45, Volume 2

Becky Buller is a ten-time International Bluegrass Association award-winning Bluegrass artist, whose songs have appeared on multiple Grammy Award winning albums. She made history by being the first artist ever to win in both instrumental and vocal categories, as well as being the first female to ever win Fiddle Player of the Year.

Becky’s songs preceded her own prominence as an artist. The fiery-haired fiddler has had cuts from other artists, such as Ricky Skaggs, Rhonda Vincent, Doyle Lawson & Quicksilver, Josh Williams, Russell Moore & IIIrd Tyme Out, and Special Consensus. Becky cowrote “Freedom,” the lead-off track of the Infamous Stringdusters’s 2018 Grammy award-winning album, as well as “The Shaker,” featured on The Travelin’ McCoury’s self-titled album that brought home the 2019 Best Bluegrass Album Grammy award. She penned the title cut of Special Consensus’s album Scratch Gravel Road, which was nominated for the 2013 Best Bluegrass Album Grammy. Now, as the leader of her own band, Becky’s audiences are connecting the composer with her compositions… to the tune of seven IBMA awards in the last four years.

In 2018, Becky moonlighted with the all-female supergroup, The First Ladies of Bluegrass, which includes all the first women to win in their respective categories at the IBMA awards. The group took home the 2018 IBMA Recorded Event of the Year award for their work on “Swept Away,” recorded on Missy Raines’s solo album, Royal Traveller. The group has also been recognized recently at the Country Music Hall of Fame with their own exhibit.

Becky released her third and fourth solo album on the Dark Shadow Recording label, both of which topped the Bluegrass Today airplay charts. She also released a Christmas single in 2015, “Gingerbread House,” that also topped the Bluegrass Today airplay chart multiple times. Becky’s cover of Bill Monroe’s “Southern Flavor” garnered the 2015 IBMA Recorded Event of the Year award.

Becky was destined to be in music. Growing up in Minnesota, Becky played fiddle with her parents and Gordy and Roxy Shultz in the group Prairie Grass. She studied classical violin with both Patti Tryhus and Charles Gray and participated in the Mankato Area Symphony and the Minnesota All-State Orchestra while in high school. Becky’s heart, however, has always been that of a fiddler. She won the junior division of the 1996 Minnesota State Old Time Fiddle Championship in Cotton, MN. Becky went on to college to study public relations at East Tennessee State University, where she performed with several different bluegrass ensembles, including the school’s prestigious Bluegrass Pride Band, with whom she performed in throughout France and at the Kennedy Center.

With over twenty years experience as a music educator, becky is very passionate about passing the music on, teaching at several camps and workshops throughout the year, in addition to her busy performance schedule. Becky is also very active in the bluegrass music business community, currently serving on the IBMA Foundation board. She was on the IBMA Board of directors from 2013-2017 and did a three-year term as chair of the IBMA Songwriter Committee from 2013-2016. She is a Leadership Bluegrass alumna, class of 2003.

  • Members:
    Becky Buller
  • Sounds Like:
  • Influences:
  • AirPlay Direct Member Since:
  • Profile Last Updated:
    08/17/23 01:27:15

"Radio Creds" are votes awarded to artists by radio programmers who have downloaded their music and have been impressed with the artist's professionalism and the audience's response to the new music. Creds help artists advance through the AirPlay Direct community.

Only radio accounts may add a Radio Cred. One week after the track has been downloaded the radio account member will receive an email requesting a Cred for each artist they've downloaded.