Historic RCA Studio B — once home to musical titans such as Elvis Presley, Chet Atkins, Dolly Parton, and the Everly Brothers — is one of the world’s most famous recording facilities.
Built in 1957, RCA Studio B became known as the birthplace for the “Nashville Sound,” a style characterized by background vocals and strings that helped establish Nashville as an international recording center.
In the series:
May 26: Rogers & Hammerstein
June 2: The Gershwins
July 7: Bacharach & Hal David
July 14: RCA Studio B: Home of “The Nashville Sound”