Boomer Castleman (July 18, 1945 - September 1, 2015, b. Owens "Boomer" Castleman) was a pop/country singer, songwriter, and studio guitarist from Farmers Branch, Texas who first became famous during the late 1960s as one half of the duo, The Lewis & Clarke Expedition (of "I Feel Good (I Feel Bad)" fame). As a solo artist, Castleman is best known for the creepy and haunting "Judy Mae" (1975).
Castleman invented a device known as the palm pedal that enables guitarists to execute pedal steel-style string bends. He also founded BNA Records which he later sold to BMG Music.
- The Fort Worth Weekly remembers Boomer Castleman.
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- Judy Mae 1975
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