Many artists recorded their biggest hits at Historic RCA Studio B including the Browns; Jim Ed, Maxine, and Bonnie. "The Three Bells," "Scarlett Ribbons," and "The Old Lamplighter" were all recorded here. In 1959 "The Three Bells" captured the #1 spot on the Billboard Country charts for ten weeks and was #1 on the Pop chart for an impressive four weeks.
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