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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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To be able to walk the floors of the greats was pretty special. In the recording room the piano has been there since the early '50s. Fats Domino, Elvis, Don Everly and many others played those keys. The tour guide was great, a lot of...More
This was so interesting. Small venue with so very much history. There is so much info to absorb and you’re in awe of the facts you learn. Imagine sitting at a piano played on a recording by ELVIS. Our guide was awesome and very kind....More
This may have been my favorite part of our first visit to Nashville. I loved learning about all the artists that recorded here. I could've sat in the studio and listened to music all day long! There is certainly a special spirit there. We did...More
The Studio B tour is really well done. I have done it multiple times normally with foreign visitors to Nashville and the guides are so expert, usually musicians themselves, that it is a joy to visit where the "Mashville Sound" and Elvis were recorded.
The studio B tour was by far better than the country music hall of fame.We did both but we enjoyed the studio tour more. Lots of old memories with the music, you could almost feel the people there. We actually got in touch and play...More