Nashville TN

Murrey Harman is the first of Buddy Harman’s six children. He remembers well the days he would sit on the floor of the recording studio to listen to his legendary father play drums on many of the classic recordings created in Nashville beginning in the 1950s. Buddy Harman was a key figure in the...
Buddy Harman Jr. has followed in the footsteps of his legendary father, Buddy Harman, one of the most influential drummers in Nashville history. Since his father’s passing in 2008, Buddy Jr. and his brother Murrey, have been active in several projects and programs that have continued the legacy of...
Hoot Hester was a regular on the Grand Ole Opry and the Nashville recording studios as one of country music’s top violin (or perhaps “fiddle” is most appropriate) players. Hoots passion for his instrument also led him to study the long history of country fiddlers, and their styles. Hoot was also a...
Tim Hinkley has been an active studio musician in both Los Angeles and Nashville for most of his career.  As first-call keyboardist, Tim has recorded with George Harrison, Pete Townshend, The Who and the Rolling Stones.  Tim also recorded with the Memphis Horns, a group founded by Wayne Jackson,...
David Huff formed Huff Recording Studios, where he has engineered sessions with a string of country, pop and rock artists.  His career began when he formed a Christian rock band with his brother called Giant.  Over the years he has produced many recording projects as well.  David has been active...
Bud Isaacs designed a line of pedal steel guitars, teaming with fellow country music performer Shot Jackson to form the Sho-Bud Company. In his pursuit to create and develop new sounds for the instrument, Bud went to Paul A Bigsby to request a custom pedal steel guitar. The Bigsby became Bud’s main...
Dickey Lee grew up in Memphis and began playing at dances and parties at an early age.  He would often introduce a new song that he wrote along with the hits of the day.  In 1957, Dickey recorded for Sun Records and later became known for his teenage tragedy songs such as “Laurie (Strange Things...
Leigh Maples played her ukulele as her sister sang when the two were small and remains an important memory for Leigh.  She later played guitar in high school and went on to study music business in college.  In 2009, Leigh and Pamela Cole, who she met in college, opened a music store in Nashville. ...
Brent Mason can often be found at the NAMM show as he has developed some long-lasting relationships with musical instrument companies during his long career as a studio musician. He grew up in a very musical family, in fact his parents and siblings formed the Mason Family musical group, which...
Paul McGill is a luthier’s luthier.  He wanted to create a tool that would allow others to express themselves and to create music that could be enjoyed by many people he may never meet or even know about.  He was trained by Charles Fox in the late 1970s and found that he was able to put his passion...

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