Grady Martin (1929 –2001) was an influential American session guitarist.
Grady was a member of The Nashville A-Team, Unfortunately there isn\'t much footage of him but he left a lifetime of licks to learn on so many recordings, he played on hits such as Marty Robbins\' \"El Paso\", Loretta Lynn\'s \"Coal Miner\'s Daughter\" and Sammi Smith\'s \"Help Me Make It Through the Night\". Grady had nearly 50 years in the business, he backed #ElvisPresley, #BuddyHolly, #JohnnyBurnette, #DonWoody and #ArloGuthrie, #JohnnyCash, #PatsyCline and #BingCrosby. He is in the #Rockabilly Hall of Fame and #CountryMusic #HallofFame, March 2015
#GradyMartin was also known to use one of the coolest double necks in the business built by #PaulBigsby https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Paul_Bigsby An electric guitar pioneer luthier.