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At 80, most folks Harold Bradley's age take life just a tad easier. But, instead, the Nashville native holds down the presidency of the Nashville Association of Musicians Local 257. And that means jetting around to New York and meetings galore. There is even recording studio session work to be done as music is not all business for the man who may be the most recorded guitarist in history. And Bradley, who with brother Owen formed a dynamic duo that devoted their lives to music, ensured that his busy calendar included time to be inducted into the Country Music Hall of Fame in November for his long and vast work as a musician. ...