TICKETS ARE LIMITED
Historic RCA Studio B is open, and we're thrilled to welcome visitors back. Tours have resumed, but at a limited capacity—so if you’re planning a Studio B visit, advance ticket purchase is highly encouraged. Buying online ahead of time is the best way to ensure you get to explore our historic studio on your chosen date.
Premiere: Hiatt and Douglas’s ‘All the Lilacs in Ohio’
Premiering now on the Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum's website: “All the Lilacs in Ohio,” the first video from John Hiatt with The Jerry Douglas Band’s forthcoming album, Leftover Feelings. The video and album were both captured in Nashville's Historic RCA Studio B, continuing the studio’s legacy as a “temple of sound,” and creating documentary resources for use by the Museum.
Step Inside the Studio
Walk in the footsteps of legends with a tour of the Historic RCA Studio B. Hear inside details from famous recording sessions, learn about the timeless tools of the trade (from microphones and recording consoles to a Steinway piano that Elvis favored), and hear hits in high-fidelity, right where they were born.
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.
Flashback 2019 with Carly Pearce and busbee
A Studio B Story Involving an Elvis Karate Demonstration – And Chip Young’s Guitar
Hit-Makers At Studio B: Panel Discussion Panel | Studio B Blog