About Warner Bros. Studios
Warner Bros. Studios is unique, in that it
is one of the few recording studios
owned and operated by a record label.
Although operated by music industry
leader, Warner Music Nashville, the
studio is available to any clients looking
to take advantage of its facilities. These
include Studio A, with its large live
room, six booths, and control room,
often used for string and rhythm
sessions, or Studio B, a comfortably
sized overdub room, often taken
advantage of by singer/songwriters
and for dialogue sessions. 21 Music Sq.
E. has been the site of several music
companies, with a long and storied
history of music creation.
studio History
Fred Foster had stationed the
Monument Record Corporation, which
represented artists such as Roy Orbison
and Charlie McCoy, at 21 Music Sq. E.
during the mid 1970s. In 1984, Mary
Tyler Moore opened MTM Music
Group, a subsidiary of MTM Enterprises
Inc., at this location. The label
represented artists Holly Dunn and
Judy Rodman, among others. Following
MTM Music Group, the facility was
occupied by Warner Chappell
Publishing as an office location and as a
recording space. In 2005, the newly
renovated studio was opened with the
ability to record in both the digital and
analog formats.
Warner Bros. Studios has been host to
numerous artists, including both
in-house and outside clients. A few are:
Blake Shelton, Gwen Stefani, Lady
Antebellum, The Band Perry, Dan +
Shay, Big Smo, Jana Kramer, Chris Isaak,
Brett Eldredge, Charles Kelley, Hillary
Scott, Lee Brice, Dierks Bentley, Mark
Chesnutt, Pam Tillis, The Henningsens,
The Randy Rogers Band, Rob Clarke,
Jake Owen, Sara Evans, Jewel, Blaine
Larsen, Big & Rich, Blanca, and Shelley
21 Music Sq.East
Nashville, TN 37203
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