Art Satherley (October 19, 1889, Bristol, England - February 10, 1986, Fountain Valley, California) was a record producer and A&R man, who was born in England but spent most of his career in the United States.
Satherley moved to Wisconsin in the 1910s, and took a job in the 1920s as a promoter for Paramount Records, selling discs by Ma Rainey and Blind Lemon Jefferson. He joined Columbia Records in 1930 and subsequently became one of the most successful country music promoters in the genre's early history. Among those he produced were Gene Autry, Bob Wills, Hank Penny, Lefty Frizzell, Carl Smith, Marty Robbins and Roy Acuff.
He left Columbia in 1952 and went into semi-retirement, occasionally returning to production work.
In 2011, following many years campaigning, a Blue Plaque was eventually unveiled close to 'Uncle' Art's birthplace in Bedminster, Bristol. The ceremony was in fact filmed and formed part of a short documentary broadcast by BBC Television on 7 February 2011, just three days before the 25th anniversary of Art's death in 1986.