Charlie Bragg


Producer and Engineer with notable engineering and production credits with Johnny Cash And The Tennessee Three, Johnny Cash, Bob Dylan, Johnny Paycheck and others. Known to have worked at Columbia Studios, Nashville.

Not to be confused with Bill Connor (2) who also signs his work with 'CB' but was working at Music City Recorders, Nashville.
Not to be confused with Chris Bellman, another engineer who signs his work with 'CB'.

Bragg was the chief engineer at Johnny Cash's "Q" studio in Hendersonville, TN with Roger Tucker and Joe Simpkins under him. Bragg was also vice president of the House of (Johnny) Cash. Bragg received numerous engineering awards including being named Billboard's country music engineer of the year in 1972. In 2014, he received a lifetime achievement award from the Audio Engineering Society's Nashville Chapter.
Bragg recorded the first live album made at a prison: Johnny Cash's "At Folsom Prison." He helped create what is now called country-rock by recording The Byrds' "Sweetheart of the Rodeo" sessions, he engineered Ray Price's classic "For the Good Times" and he also recorded Lynn Anderson's signature hit, "Rose Garden."

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