Country legend Marty Stuart recently spent time at RCA Studio B recording his upcoming Aug. 24 album, Ghost Train: The Studio B Sessions. Through a partnership between the Mike Curb Family Foundation, the Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum and Belmont University, the home of the famed “Nashville Sound” has launched an educational mission by serving Belmont students along with visitors to the Country Music Hall of Fame. This unique recording studio is the only one of its kind in the world that allows students to step back in time into a classic 1970s-era recording studio and gain hands-on experience by working with refurbished vintage equipment and original Studio B instruments on class work, weekly labs, and recording individual projects. Curb College students assisted in the recordings of Ghost Train along with RCA Studio B Manager Luke Gilfeather.
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