Studio 19 has been a trusted name in Nashville for decades.
Let your music become a part of the legacy.
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We feel very fortunate that we were offered this great studio. We invite you to come by, call, or email us to discuss recording here with us in Studio A.
Studio 19 owner, Larry Rogers has a Bachelor of Music Education degree from THE University of Mississippi, and prides himself in his ability to recognize talented people at a very early stage in their career. He began his music career in the late 1960s, when he built LYN-LOU Recording Studio which became a successful recording home for both artists and songwriters. The small Memphis studio saw pop artists Rick Nelson, Tony Joe White, rockabilly singers Billy Swan, Jerry Jaye, blues artists James Carr, Marcia Ball, Bill Black's Combo, jazz artist Brother Jack McDuff, and country artists Mel McDaniel, Charly McClain, Shylo, and Mark Collie, coming to record.
Larry also founded Partner and Partnership Music, two highly successful music publishing companies, whose songwriter roster included, Jerry Hayes who penned (Who's Cheatin Who) and (Rolling With The Flow), Ronny Scaife, (The Whiskey Ain't Working) and (Alabama Clay) Mark Collie, (Hardin County Line), Rhonda Gunn, Steve Bogard, Phil Thomas, writer of Johnny Paycheck (Colorado Kool-Aid) and (Me And The IRS), and Don Singleton.
In the early 80's, Larry moved to Nashville, where he worked under legendary producer Jerry Kennedy at Mercury Recording Studios. He then moved on to
CBS to work for one of the most extraordinary country music producers of all time, Billy Sherrill. In 1985 Larry bought, with partner, Pat Brewer, Studio 19. The instantaneous success of Studio 19 led to the adjacent property purchase, and the opening of Studio 20, which led to yet another studio partnership with grammy award winning engineer John Kelton.
Along the way Larry produced the # 1 Country record, "Who's Cheatin Who" on Epic artist Charly McClain, and Lousiana Saturday Night on Capitol artist Mel McDaniel. He also produced such artists as Rick Nelson, Billy Swan, Marcia Ball, and jazz artist Brother Jack McDuff. Larry and wife Marilyn have two sons, Rhett, and Chris.
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