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Country music icon Harold Bradley died 'peacefully in his sleep' at 93, his daughters said on Facebook Thursday.
His daughter said, 'Many of you know him as a successful musician and no doubt many stories will be told in the coming week. 'But to us, his greatest accomplishment was being the best dad in the world. We love you, dad.'
Country - Music - Hall - Famer - Start
The Country Music Hall of Famer got his start in music on the banjo, according to the Nashville Tennessean, and was eventually persuaded to play guitar by older brother Owen.
Bradley went on to contribute his talents to classics such as Tammy Wynette's Stand By Your Man and Roger Miller's King of the Road.
Bradley - Decades - Recording - Industry - Artists
Bradley, who spent seven decades in the recording industry, collaborated with artists including Elvis Presley, Johnny Cash, Patsy Cline, Willie Nelson and Dolly Parton, and played on albums...
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