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Arthur Neal Gunter

As a saving musician for the Excello label in the first ’50s, singer Arthur Gunter scored the imprint’s first country wide strike with “Baby, Let’s Play Home.” Given birth to in Nashville, Gunter was a normal in the record store possessed by Excello main Ernie Youthful and the association resulted …

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Harold Bradley

The brother of country music legend Owen Bradley, Harold Ray Bradley is reportedly probably the most recorded guitarist in history. Not really a absurd assumption taking into consideration Bradley is a Nashville program musician for over 50 years. Created in Nashville, Bradley 1st became thinking about the banjo, but turned …

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Little Road Revival

b. Ivan Leroy Wiggins, 27 June 1926, Nashville, Tennessee, USA, d. 3 August 1999, Sevierville, Tennessee, USA. As a kid, Wiggins was fascinated with the Hawaiian guitar-playing of Burt Hutcherson over the Grand Ole Opry and instantly decided to figure out how to play the metal guitar. Wiggins demonstrated an …

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Johnny Bragg

Johnny Bragg found the music business by way of a stranger route than almost every other performers. When he created his 1st group and started to create tunes, he was performing serious amount of time in a Tennessee jail for rape. Falsely accused of several counts from the criminal offense …

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