|Also known as||Buck Howdy|
|Origin||San Diego, California|
Steve Vaus, who also records under the name Buck Howdy, is known for his children recordings. He is also known for his Christmas recordings including The Stars Come Out for Christmas series, for "Carols by Candlelight" a 24-year San Diego tradition and for his political recordings such as a TSA pat-down protest song, Joan B. Kroc-commissioned Hiroshima commemoration song, and a pro-impeachment Clinton-era song. In 1992, Vaus charted at number 68 on Hot Country Songs with "We Must Take America Back".
Vaus won the 2010 Grammy Award for Best Spoken Word Album for Children.
|1992||"We Must Take America Back"||68|
|1992||"We Must Take America Back"|
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