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Instruments  pedal steel guitar
Genres  Country, Folk jazz
Role  Musician
Name  Buddy Charleton
Years active  1962–1973

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Birth name  Elmer Lee Charleton, Jr
Born  March 6, 1938 New Market, Virginia, United States (1938-03-06)
Occupation(s)  musician, music teacher
Died  January 25, 2011, Locust Grove, Virginia, United States
Record labels  Decca Records, Bear Family Records
Similar People  Buddy Emmons, Ernest Tubb, Jack Greene, John Hughey, Doug Jernigan

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Elmer Lee "Buddy" Charleton (March 6, 1938 – January 25, 2011), was an American country musician and teacher. Known primarily for his work as a pedal steel guitarist in Ernest Tubb's Texas Troubadours band, Charleton played on numerous songs such as Waltz across Texas and instrumentals Cool it, Honey Fingers, Almost to Tulsa and Rhodesway Boogie.

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