Harold Bradley

Harold Bradley was one of the most recorded guitarists in the history of Nashville. Harold and his brother, the legendary producer, Owen Bradley, created a new feel in country music, a style known today as the “Nashville Sound.” Harold can be heard on classic recordings such as “Crazy” by Patsy Cline and “Little Sister” by Elvis Presley. Advocating music education and playing a strong role in preserving the history of music and its Nashville connection, Harold was a popular and effective leader as President of the Musicians Union and an author of several important articles on music and music making.  

Interview Date:
July 19, 2002
Date of Birth:
January 2, 1926
Deceased Date:
January 31, 2019
Job Title:
Musician, Guitarist

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