How Modern Musicians Are Keeping A Legendary Nashville Recording Studio Alive

Jan 10, 2018
Originally published on January 10, 2018 2:47 pm

RCA Studio B is no longer the hit factory it was when it opened 60 years ago in Nashville. But some modern musicians are still recording there, seeking the signature sound that helped spur the careers of artists like Elvis Presley and Roy Orbison.

According to the people who run Studio B, it’s those new artists — and a steady stream of tourists — who are keeping that sound alive today. Jason Moon Wilkins (@jasonmoontn) from WPLN reports.

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