A sampling of songs recorded at RCA Studio B
The songs recorded inside Historic RCA Studio B, Nashville's "Home of 1,000 Hits," reach across decades and emotions, from traditionalists to trailblazers. Don Gibson captured "Oh Lonesome Me" at Studio B in 1957, the studio's opening year. Waylon Jennings cut the defiant "Only Daddy That'll Walk the Line" in 1968, and Dolly Parton's heartrending "I Will Always Love You" was made at B in 1973.
The threads that run through all the music recorded inside Historic RCA Studio B's walls: raw talent, inspiration, and a determination to capture both as accurately and artfully as anyone ever has.
Explore some of those songs in the playlist included here.