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Wednesday, September 17 • 11:30am - 2:30pm
Live at Hillbilly Central Session

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Visit with the folks at Compass Records in their historic Music Row office, the former home of Glaser Brothers Productions (aka ‘Hillbilly Central’). See the place where the “Outlaw” movement in country music was born and legendary albums such as Waylon Jennings’ Dreaming My Dreams, John Hartford’s Aereo-Plain, and Kinky Friedman’s Sold American were recorded, and where WANTED! THE OUTLAWS (the first million-selling album in country music) was conceptualized. Run your hand over Waylon’s knife marks in the back wall, have a drink on Willie’s smokin’ porch, soak in Tompall’s vibe and speak to the ghosts of the studio’s heyday (if you’re lucky!).

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Wednesday September 17, 2014 11:30am - 2:30pm
Compass Records / Compass Sound Studio 916 19TH AVE. SOUTH

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