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  1. This 2018 panel discussion featuring Kinky Friedman, Kyle Lehning, and Marshall Chapman explores the halcyon days of Glaser Sound Studios, the funky and creative Nashville recording studio, publishing company, and musician hangout that became known as “Hillbilly Central.”

  2. 30. Nov. 2015 · Singing Texan crime novelist Kinky Friedman may have passed his belated movie's directorial duties from Ronnie Howard to Billy Bob Thornton without the Andy Griffith Show graduate knowing he was ever in the loop. But it's late singer-songwriter Tompall Glaser who inspired the title track of The Kinkster's first new studio album in ...

  3. Compass Records’ offices and studio are located on Music Row in the former home of Glaser Brothers Productions (a.k.a. “Hillbilly Central”) where the likes of Waylon Jennings, Willie Nelson, Kinky Friedman and Tompall Glaser gave rise to country music’s “Outlaw” movement. A New York writer dubbed the place “Hillbilly Central” in ...

  4. 18. Juni 2018 · Oddly enough, Kinky’s quirky originality fit in with Tompall Glaser and the early outlaws. Most important, he was loved and championed by Willie Nelson and Waylon Jennings. Hillbilly Central was populated with soon-to-be successful songwriters like Kris Kristofferson and John Hartford. Willie Nelson would show up and sleep on the ...

  5. 11. Juni 2019 · Along with brothers Jim and Tompall, Chuck owned and operated Glaser Sound Studios in Nashville, where Kinky Friedman, John Hartford, Jimmy Payne and assorted other artists got their start. Friedman recorded his groundbreaking Sold American album at the studio—known during the Outlaw days as Hillbilly Central—and Jennings ...

  6. 13. Aug. 2013 · Tompall Glaser: September 1973: Marty Cooper: Get Your Biscuits in the Oven: Tompall Glaser: April 27, 1999: Kinky Friedman: Good Hearted Woman: Tompall and His Outlaw Band: January 1976: Waylon Jennings: Great Speckled Bird: Tompall Glaser: 2006: Vernon Dalhart, Roy Acuff and His Crazy Tennesseans: How I Love Them Old Songs: Tompall ...