Ronnie’s Place Studio has been a mainstay in the Nashville Recording Community for over 50 years. The original facility was built in 1968. It was one of Nashville’s first purpose built Studios. Roy Orbison purchased the recording space in 1972 and named it “US Recorders.” The studio was was then reconfigured to be a 24 track studio. Six years later, Ronnie Milsap bought the studio and changed its name to “Groundstar Laboratories.” After selling the studio in 1995, ownership changed hands many times. Even though the name of the studio changed, clients still referred to it as Ronnie’s Place.
The current owners of this wonderfully historic facility, Black River Entertainment, received consent from Ronnie Milsap himself to have the recording space officially named “Ronnie’s Place.” They have also taken pride and gone to great lengths to preserve the unique atmosphere and vibe that has attracted producers, artists, musicians, and engineers to this facility for decades. The newly remodeled studio space is now available for clients to continue the tradition of recording excellence.
|Roy Orbison |
The Time Jumpers
|Blind Boys Of Alabama |
Robert Randolph & The Family Band
Nashville String Machine
Mary Chapin CarpenterRadney Foster
John & Jacob