October 29, 2009
Can''t make it to Nashville? We bring some of country''s classic instruments to you.
"In 1955, Owen Bradley and his brother Harold opened the first recording studio on what is now known as NashvilleÑ?s Music Row. There, Bradley used this mixing board to record hits that boosted NashvilleÑ?s reputation as Music City, including Marty Robbins' "DonÑ?t Worry," Brenda Lee's "I'm Sorry" and Patsy Cline's "I Fall to Pieces."