In Pictures: RCA Studio B, Lynn Anderson CMHoF Exhibit

RCA Studio B Hosts Bobby Bare, Dave Cobb, Lloyd Green And Connie Smith Discussion

Pictured (L-R): CMHoF Editor Peter Cooper, CMHoF Member Bobby Bare, CMHoF Member Connie Smith, Lloyd Green, Dave Cobb, and Abi Tapia, Senior Manager of Programming, CMHoF. Photo: Rick Diamond/Getty Images

Bobby Bare, Dave Cobb, Lloyd Green and Connie Smith gathered last week at the Historic RCA Studio B to share their perspectives on working at the “Home of 1,000 Hits” in a sold-out program. The studio celebrates its 60th anniversary this year.

Other hit makers in Studio B included Eddy Arnold, Floyd Cramer, the Everly Brothers, Waylon Jennings, Willie Nelson, Roy Orbison, Dolly Parton, Elvis Presley and Jim Reeves, among others.

 

CMHoF’s Lynn Anderson: Keep Me in Mind Exhibit Reception

Pictured (L-R:) CMHoF CEO, Kyle Young; Lynn Anderson’s daughter, Lisa Sutton; Senior Vice President of Museum Services, Carolyn Tate; Museum Editor, Michael McCall. Photo: Carissa Riccardi for the CMHoF

The Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum held a reception last night for the new “Lynn Anderson: Keep Me in Mind” exhibition. The exhibit explores the life and career of Anderson, whose Grammy-winning recording of “Rose Garden” was a major crossover hit in 1970. “Lynn Anderson: Keep Me in Mind” is currently open and runs through June 24, 2018.

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