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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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Has to be on list of places to go if in the area.
Tour organised and picked up form Hall of Fame.
Tour guide knew her stuff and.kept it to the facts and was clearly a fan herself..taking pride in her knowledge.
Unless you are an Elvis fan, this can be skipped. You walk through three rooms and listen to some cuts from recordings made here. The studio itself contains some instruments but nothing special. As a musician, I expected more.
Make sure to get the Studio B tour with your CMHF ticket. Tours sell out quickly so make a reservation early or go first thing in the morning to get a tour time. There are several times throughout the day. Groups are small. Our tour...More
We visited as part of a CMHF tour and is was worth the add on fee, we were picked up and shuttled to music row where we given an in depth introduction to Studio B by our guide Debbie, we then visited the studio stood...More
Tour guide was so interested in Elvis, that was the basic subject of the entire tour. The studio was very interesting, just needed to know less about Elvis and more about other artists and recent artists recording there.More
AtTheHall, Reservations Coordinator at RCA Studio B, responded to this reviewResponded 1 week ago
Thanks for letting us know about your recent visit to RCA Studio B. We are sorry to hear that you felt too much of the tour was focused on Elvis.
Elvis recorded over 200 songs in the studio, so he is an important part...More
I am pretty sure that the entrance ticket to the museum is an all day entrance, because they have no way of assessing those who go to Studio B and when they return and whether they go directly to the museum or not. The... More
I am pretty sure that the entrance ticket to the museum is an all day entrance, because they have no way of assessing those who go to Studio B and when they return and whether they go directly to the museum or not. The museum tickets are not timed only dated. Whereas the Studio B tours are timed (that is they have a specific time associated with them, while the museum tickets just have a date on them).