Tompall Glaser’s “Hillbilly Central” (a pictorial history)

Tompall Glaser’s “Hillbilly Central” (a pictorial history)

The year was 1974, and a two-story stucco office building / studio located two blocks from Nashville’s infamous Music Row at 916 19th Avenue South got christened “Hillbilly Central” by a New York-based music writer. Hillbilly Central was the brain child of Tompall Glaser, a member of the Glaser Brothers, who took the the money he earned from some success in the country music business to revolutionize it.