Buddy Cage (born February 18, 1946 in Toronto, Canada) is an American pedal steel guitarist, best known as a longtime member of the New Riders of the Purple Sage.
Popular both as a performer and session musician, he has played with many bands and recording artists, including Anne Murray, Bob Dylan, Brewer & Shipley, David Bromberg, and the Zen Tricksters. He lives in New York with his wife Leslie.
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