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Table of Contents Chapter 1 The Roots of Music Row Chapter 2 The Opry Puts Its Foot Down Chapter 3 Acuff-Rose, Cornerstone of the Nashville Music Industry Chapter 4 Now We Have an Industry! Chapter 5 When Country Music Almost Died Chapter 6 Oohs and Aahs Chapter 7 Saving Country Chapter 8 Crazy Chapter 9 Homegrown Talent and the Nashville Machine Chapter 10 The Everly Brothers and the Bryants Chapter 11 A Pair of Aces Chapter 12 Rebels and Respect Chapter 13 Gallico and His Boys Chapter 14 Billy Sherrill and Bob Johnston: Strings and Power Saws Chapter 15 Lou Bradley: Knight of the Console Chapter 16 "Wesley, It's Music!" Chapter 17 Know When to Hold 'Em, Know When to Fold 'Em Chapter 18 Wanted: Jerry Bradley Chapter 19 Nashville, Before and After Bowen Chapter 20 Bob Saporiti and the New Tradition Chapter 21 "I'm Gonna Cut This Song and I Really Can't Tell You Why" Chapter 22 The Men of Garth Chapter 23 From the Alleyway to MCA, from "Art Writers" to Hit Makers Chapter 24 Texas and Oklahoma Song Dogs Chapter 25 The New King of Music Row Chapter 26 Galante and Tomlinson: Keepin' It Real Chapter 27 Murder on the Row Chapter 28 "If It Is Not Known for Music, It Will Not Be Known for Anything" Index
Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:
Country music -- History and criticism.
Music trade -- Tennessee -- Nashville.