Name also appears as:
Bradleys Recording Studios, Nashville
Bradley's Recording Studios in Nashville
Bradley Studios, Nashville, Division of Columbia
Nicknamed "The Quonset Hut Studio"
Originally known as Bradley Film & Recording Studios until the Bradleys sold it to Columbia Records in 1962. Columbia changed it's name to Columbia Recording Studios, Nashville in 1963 after Owen Bradley and Harold Bradley opened Bradley's Barn.
Was the first major recording studio on what would later become known as Music Row in Nashville, Tennessee.