I came here when I went to Memphis on vacation with my mother. There are a lot of studios in this place. It's probably interesting to walk around for 1.5 hours. Not only can you learn about Elvis’ memorabilia here. The studio here is still in use now, which is great. My mother is the climax of our trip. We strongly recommend you to come.
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The inside of the building looks very different from the outside, you will find the difference when you walk into the lobby, but this place is full of history. The tour guide explained a lot of information to us. You can imagine the young Elvis walking in from the door in the storytelling. It was a lot of fun to stand in the room, where many famous recordings have been recorded.
Driving to the music mecca in the southern city of Memphis, the Sun Studio, a small, unremarkable dark-red brick building in the heart of Memphis, is the incubation ground for American country musicians. In 1953, 18-year-old Elvis walked in and recorded a song for her mother's birthday. The boss, Phillips, with his keen musical insight and business savvy, sniffed out Elvis's natural ancestral taste for dinner, the tone, the appearance and the wild youth, tailoring it to a private custom made Elvis famous. The King of the Blues (B. B. King), the wolves, Karl • Perkins, Johnny • Kash and other singers also started here, popular in the United States. It is also because the golden age of the Sun recording studio in the 1950s and 1960s, visitors to visit here also mainly white-haired old grandpa and grandma. The Sun Studio is still in use today, and it's only when the tourists disperse as the sun gets darker that it's restored to its original state. Though the equipment is a bit old, the legendary story that belongs to the studio has always attracted artists.