The Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum will honor the legacy of Elvis Aron Presley in August with a series of special events focused on the pop culture icon's country and gospel music connections and his ties to Nashville. For the first time in almost four years, and exclusively as part of Elvis Week, the museum will reopen RCA's historic Studio B, where Presley recorded in the 1960s, for public tours and educational events. Tour guides will present the inside scoop on the King's recording sessions. Among the hits Presley recorded in Studio B are "It's Now or Never," "(Marie's the Name of) His Latest Flame," "Little Sister," "Good Luck Charm," "Are You Lonesome Tonight," "(You're the) Devil in Disguise," as well as soundtracks to movies including Clambake and Spinout, and his Grammy Award-winning gospel album How Great Thou Art. In addition to Presley, Roy Orbison, the Everly Brothers, Waylon Jennings, Chet Atkins, Dolly Parton, Jim Reeves, and Willie Nelson were just a few of the artists who recorded at Studio B.