b. 5 June 1951, Minneapolis, Minnesota, USA. While learning to get a BA level in Music Theory and Music Education at Minnesota Southwest Condition University, Vezner performed bass and sang with different bands. On conclusion of his research, he considered a profession being a music instructor but when a few of his tracks were successfully marketed to recording performers he shifted to Nashville, Tennessee. There, his successes continuing, resulting in recordings by performers such as Beliefs Hill, Janis Ian, Reba McIntyre, John Mellencamp, Ronnie Milsap, Lorrie Morgan (who documented ‘Teach Wreck Of Feeling’, a tune co-written with Alan Rhody), Clay Walker (who got a 1998 #1 1 strike with ‘After that What’), and Kathy Mattea. He in addition has recorded using the last mentioned, whom he wedded in 1988. Among his tracks is certainly ‘Where’ve You Been’, co-written with Don Henry, which brought Mattea a Nation Music Association Feminine Vocalist Prize, a Grammy for Greatest Female Country Efficiency and a yellow metal record. The tune also brought Vezner reputation including a Grammy for Greatest Country Tune as well as the Nashville Songwriters Association award as Tune Of THE ENTIRE YEAR while Vezner was himself called because the NSA Songwriter Of THE ENTIRE YEAR. Among other tracks Vezner provides co-written are ‘A Few GOOD STUFF Remain’, ‘If I Didn’t Appreciate You’ (a high 10 strike for Steve Warriner), ‘Period Goes by By’, ‘Entire Lotta Openings’, ‘Ashes WITHIN THE Wind flow’, ‘Who’s Gonna Understand’ and ‘All Streets TOWARDS THE River’. With Paul Williams, Vezner had written ‘You’re Eliminated’, documented by Gemstone Rio, and ‘I Understand Him By Heart’, sung on tv by Vonda Shepard on the shutting titles of the season end bout of Ally McBeal. In the 2006 record Transitions, Vezner sings six tracks and singer-songwriter Celeste Krenz sings another six.