1) Steel Guitarist Lloyd Green, recognized as a pioneer of pedal steel techniques. Veteran of hundreds of recordings, member of Steel Guitar Hall of Fame.
2) Studio legend Charlie McCoy plays a variety of instruments including harmonica, bass, guitar, keys, sax, trumptet and tube. He's graced the records of Elvis, Dylan, Loretta and Waylon among a multitude of others. 2009 Hall of Fame inductee.
3) Harold Bradley, guitarist, inducted into the Hall of Fame in 2006. Played on hundreds of hit records, including Brenda Lee's "Im Sorry," and Roger Miller's "King of the Road. Longtime president of the Nashville Musicians Association.
4) Bob Moore, bassist. Veteran of the A-Team and thousands of recording sessions including Bob Dylan, Roy Orbison and many more.
5) Nashville A-Team members Harold Bradley, Bob Moore, and Hargus "Pig" Robbins. Robbins is a famed session keyboardist and veteran of hundreds of sessions — his first was for George Jones "White Lightning." 2012 inductee to the Country Music Hall of Fame.
6 Guitarist Ray Edenton has played on over 15,000 sessions, from Neil Young to Marty Robbins. "We might do a pop session in the morning then bluegrass, then jazz. We could adapt very quickly," (l-r Edenton, Reggie Young, Wayne Moss)
7) Jerry Kennedy, A-Team member of the Musician HOF, Grammy winner, and owner of plenty of licks on unforgettable tunes like "Stand By Your Man," he also produced Jerry Lee Lewis, Tom T. Hall, Reba McEntire. (r-l Jerry Kennedy, son Gordon)
8) Memphis Boys guitarist Reggie Young has added his spare, soulful sweet tones to a variety of recordings for everyone from Dionne Warwick to John Prine. Eric Clapton (who he met while with the Bill Black Combo opening for....The Beatles!) called him one of the best guitarists he'd ever heard.
9) He's recorded with a myriad of country stars; plus artists like Dan Fogelberg, Steve Miller, and Elvis Presley. Buddy Spicher adds personality, fire, and old time music flavor to one-of-a kind style.
10) Jordanaires members Gordon Stoker and Ray Walker (pictured w/Millie Kirkham) recorded with Elvis Presley, Patsy Cline, Tammy Wynette and thosands of other artists. Inducted Country Music Hall of Fame 2001.
11)You're heard Wayne Moss guitar — "Only Daddy That'll Walk the Line" Orbison's "Pretty Woman," Dylan's Blonde on Blonde to name a few. Owner of famed Cinderella studio.
12) Session and Opry vet Weldon Myrick graces Reba's “Little Rock,” George Strait’s “Right or Wrong,” and Alan Jackson’s “Chattahoochee, and many more hits.
13) Eddie Bayers’ rhythmic skills have been heard on over 150 gold and platinum records. As one of Nashville’s first-call drummers, he's worked with many of the most successful and influential artists in Nashville.
14) Grammy-winning artist and producer Ray Stevens has done it all — session pianist, touring guitarist (for Jerry Reed!) and even trumpet on an Elvis record. He is a consummate Nashville Cat!
15) Guitarist Chip Young graces records by superstar artists like Elvis, Dolly and Waylon. His Young 'Un Sound studio was legendary. Chet said his thumb-picking was the best. He's a true Nashville Cat!
16) Producer, keyboardist, and songwriter David Briggs has album credits with everyone from Elvis to Joan Baez, plus a host of country artists. He's an iconic Nashville Cat!