American Sound Studios, was started by Chips Moman and Don Crews. More than one hundred hit songs were recorded at American Sound Studio between the years of 1967 and the studios closing in 1972.
Elvis Presley initially recorded at American Sound Studios on January 13th 1969. Elvis recorded two albums at the studio, "From Elvis in Memphis" and "Back in Memphis" were recorded over a 13 day duration at American Sound Studio. Elvis' hit songs from American Sound Studio are "Suspicious Minds", "In The Ghetto", "Don't Cry Daddy" and "Kentucky Rain."
Neil Diamond with his song "Sweet Caroline", The Box Tops, Dusty Springfield, Aretha Franklin, Petula Clark, Alex Chilton are just a few of the other artists who also recorded at American Sound Studio. The house band at American Sound Studios was "The Memphis Boys" and they are highly acclaimed in their own right.
The Musicians Hall of Fame and Museum, located in Nashville, Tennessee has the vocal booth and the sound baffles from American Sound Studios.