October 29, 2009
Can''t make it to Nashville? We bring some of country''s classic instruments to you.
"In 1957, RCA Victor became the first major record label to open a Nashville studio, the famed Ñ?Studio B,Ñ? also located on Music Row. RCAÑ?s Chet Atkins and other producers used this console to record hits such as Bobby Bare's "Detroit City," Jim Reeves' "He'll Have to Go," Elvis Presley's "ItÑ?s Now or Never" and Roy Orbison's "Only the Lonely."