It's a very small, unassuming place. There are really only 2 rooms -one upstairs that used to be used for boarding the musicians but now houses pictures and instruments from 50s recording artists, and the actual recording studio downstairs. But after learning about its history and the stars it made, it takes on a very large stature. Our guide was very enthusiastic and excited to share the history of the building with us. He really made the tour worthwhile!
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