TUSCUMBIA – The Alabama Music Hall of Fame staff is excited to announce that its recording studio has reopened and is ready for visitor use.

After Governor Kay Ivey’s recent transition to the new Safer Apart Order, which lifted the statewide mandate on mask requirements, the Hall of Fame is finally able to reopen one of their most popular attractions.

The Alabama Music Hall of Fame offers a fun karaoke style experience where visitors can pay $10 to have their version of popular songs burned onto a CD. This allows guests visiting the Shoals area to take a musical token of their trip home with them.  The studio features all new high quality equipment and technology available for visitors to use.

Some of the new equipment added includes a new Rode brand, multitrack recorder, new camera mount for people to record video of their performance, and a new acoustic guitar that allows people to perform original songs with their own accompaniment with new instrument mics specifically for recording acoustic instruments.

People recording their own songs/demos need to call ahead and schedule an appointment to record. People may book a time on the museum’s website at alamhof.org. Otherwise, any guest who visits the museum and would like to cover their favorite songs, are available to do so during operating hours Tuesday-Friday 9am-5pm and Saturday, 10am-4pm, depending upon staff availability!

For more details, please email Mackenzie Akin at amackenzie@alamhof.org.