Farinella, David John
May 2005
Mix;May2005, Vol. 29 Issue 6, p135
The article focuses on the career of musician Ben Folds. Walking down the street in one day, Ben Folds saw a sign that a studio was for lease. Upon further inspection, Folds discovered that the studio in question was the complementary room to the legendary RCA Studio B, where Johnny Cash, Elvis Presley and Carl Perkins laid down some of their most memorable tracks. Folds picked up the lease and moved in four pianos, two drum kits and a handful of recording equipment. The room became Folds' musical home while he went through one of his mast prolific recording periods.


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