Two of Nashville's most prolific talents -- songwriter Dallas Frazier and session guitarist Harold Bradley -- will be making appearances next month at the Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum's Ford Theater in Nashville. Frazier, a member of the Nashville Songwriters Hall of Fame, began his career at age 12 by winning a singing contest hosted by Ferlin Husky in Bakersfield, Calif. His songwriting credits include Charlie Rich's "Mohair Sam," Jack Greene's "There Goes My Everything," George Jones' "If My Heart Had Windows," Tanya Tucker's "What's Your Mama's Name" and the Oak Ridge Boys' "Elvira." Frazier's Aug. 12 appearance marks his first full performance in two decades. Bradley will be interviewed on Aug. 19 as part of the museum's series, Nashville Cats: A Celebration of Music City Session Players. The younger brother of Country Music Hall of Fame member Owen Bradley, his session work ranges from Red Foley's "Chattanoogie Shoe Shine Boy" to Alan Jackson's "Here in the Real World" and other sessions with Buddy Holly, Brenda Lee, Henry Mancini, Webb Pierce, Elvis Presley, Marty Robbins, Hank Williams and many others.