Historic Studio Tours

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Historic Studio Tours

Post by CraigS63 » Sun May 15, 2022 5:48 am

I am curious which recording studios of note have tours set up for the general public (well, myself anyway, the public is on their own).

I went to Sun Studio back in the late 80's with my parents, that was nice. It was much smaller than I'd imagined. We got some sort of combined city tour/Graceland tour. Pro tip: Memphis is hot and humid in the summer.

https://www.sunstudio.com/visit

I'm local to Chicago, I really should make a point to see Chess Records:

https://www.bluesheaven.com/

Abbey Road is on my bucket list, but not happening any time soon. I don't know how often it's opened up for tours:

https://www.abbeyroad.com/crossing

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Re: Historic Studio Tours

Post by thepsychedelicdollhouse » Fri Jun 10, 2022 2:09 pm

Abbey Road (EMI) Studio 2 opening up for a couple of days next November for lecture by Brian Kehew.

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