Music Charts Magazine® Exclusive Interview with Harold BradleyHarold Bradley - A Music Charts Magazine® Exclusive Interview

In the beginning...

Before Music Row...

Two men walked the street.

Ahead of their time or as some would say, before Music Row time existed.

Be prepared to be titillated, flabbergasted and amazed as we at MCM bring to you a never before heard interview with one of these two men - Right HERE!

Who is this man? - According to Guitar Player Magazine, the Grammys, Music Charts Magazine and multiple other sources - "Harold Bradley" is the most recorded guitarist in all of music history.

Harold Bradley has performed on hundreds of albums by country stars such as Patsy Cline, Willie Nelson, Roy Orbison, Hank Williams, and Slim Whitman. He has also performed on songs for the King of Rock -'n'- Roll... Mr. Elvis Presley.

Country Music Hall of Fame, Musicians Hall of Fame, Nashville A Team, served as the president of the Nashville chapter of the American Federation of Musicians (AFM) for almost 2 decades and was a recipient of the Trustees Award at the Grammy Awards.. this list goes on and on. Harold Bradley and his brother Owen Bradley altered the course of music history and they were the dawning of country and rock music and everything that Nashville is today. These two men have influenced music around the world and we here at Music Charts Magazine® are proud to bring you this exclusive celebrity interview with Mr. Bradley.

Where? Music Charts Magazine® - Don't miss it. - "A Music Charts Magazine® exclusive audio interview with the living legend Harold Bradley.


Owen and Harold built Bradley Film and Recording Studios, later known as the Quonset Hut, which was the first music-industry related business on what is now known as Music Row, in 1954.



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