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Historic RCA Studio B--once the recording home of popular music titans such as Elvis Presley, Chet Atkins, Eddy Arnold, and The Everly Brothers--is both a classroom for Nashville area students and a popular cultural attraction. First made available...more
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We experienced so much on our recent trip to Nashville but this was by far our favourite. I can honestly say I really didn’t know too much about this little studio but our tour guide Brenda brought it alive for us. It is so simple...More
This was one of the highlights of our trip to Nashville. So much history in one tiny, concrete block building. Our guide Ron was very knowledgeable and he made the music come alive during this tour. Sitting in the historic studio, hearing the songs recorded...More
We toured Studio B during our visit to the County Music Hall of Fame. The building is small, but it’s dripping with music history. We sat at a piano that was played by Elvis, in the same studio where many of his famous hits were...More
My favorite stop. I was taken back in time and got to sit in the recording studio of Elvis, Dolly and others. Met an old musician of Rockabilly Billy Harlan who dropped in. I sat at the piano played by Jerry Lee Lewis and others!
Our guide was very entertaining and knowledgeable and made our tour so enjoyable seeing where so many artists have recorded records was a wonderful experience and we got to record a song in the same studio where Elvis recorded wow!!!! We were given a cd...More
I would highly recommend this Tour. I am an Elvis fan and a lover of all kinds of music and to have the chance to visit the very room where so many famous recording artists laid down some of their most well-known hits was truly...More