Elvis’s Sidemen To Share Stories at Famed RCA Studio B

Elvis with The Jordanaires recording in RCA Studio B. Photo: Country Music Hall of Fame

Some of Elvis Presley’s most important collaborators will gather at a special event on Tues., Aug. 9 to share stories and remembrances of the late King. Acclaimed musicians including Country Music Hall of Fame member Harold Bradley, David Briggs, and Norbert Putnam, will reunite to host the program at historic RCA Studio B on Music Row. The famed studio is where Presley recorded classic hits such as “It’s Now or Never,” “Little Sister,” “Are You Lonesome Tonight?,” and “How Great Thou Art.” Newly added to the line-up are special guests Ronnie McDowell and DJ Fontana.

The 7:30 p.m. program titled, Legends of RCA Studio B: Conversations with All the King’s Men, includes a dessert and cocktail reception with the hosts, so guests can mingle and discuss Presley’s legendary career.

The evening is a fundraiser for the acclaimed Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum. Tickets are $150 and may be purchased here or by calling (615) 416-2069.

 

 

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