Charles Wilburn "Buck" Trent born February 17, is an American country music instrumentalist currently performing in Branson, Missouri. He invented the electric banjo and also plays the five-string banjo, dobrosteel guitarmandolinelectric bass and guitar.
Over his long history, Trent has No Tomen Chansas - Legacy (52) - Legacy many awards and nominations.
Included in his nominations are the No. Trent's performing career also includes many touring shows, in particular he toured the Soviet Union Nightcap - Roy Clark & Buck Trent - A Pair Of Fives (Banjos,That Is) Roy Clark in This Kiss - Killers the first country music act to tour the Soviet Union.
Several years later he opened for Mickey Gilley at the Mickey Gilley Theatre in Branson, Missouri and then in he became the first national act to open a live music show in Branson, performed in the morning.
Inhis show moved to the Jim Stafford Theater. Inhe moved to the Branson Famous Theatre with the Baldknobbers. Trent is also known for his signature phrase, "Uh-huh, oh yeah," a phrase that originated in a sketch he performed on Hee Haw.
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