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's "Oh Lonesome Me," captured at Studio B in 1957, the studio's opening year. Waylon Jennings's defiant "Only Daddy That'll Walk the Line," in 1968, and Dolly Parton's heartrending "I Will Always Love You," 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.