Date: February 15, 2023
Time: 7:00 pm
Step into rock ‘n’ roll history and listen to Led Zeppelin‘s timeless records as they were recorded through the historic Rolling Stones Mobile Studio, paired with an exclusive Glenmorangie scotch tasting.
This once-in-a-lifetime event is limited to 50 spots and includes:
Dating back to 1843 in Scotland, Glenmorangie Distillery’s single malt scotch whisky will perfectly compliment this historic evening as you taste four of their timeless scotches, including the exclusive opportunity to taste a brand new special edition scotch before anyone else.
Dubbed the “Sistine Chapel of rock ’n’ roll,” this historic mobile recording studio was used by British rock legends Led Zeppelin, Deep Purple, and the Rolling Stones. Conceived by Rolling Stones tour manager Ian Stewart and built in 1968, the Rolling Stones Mobile Studio (RSM) was the first ever professional mobile recording studio, built to accommodate the band’s wild 24-hour lifestyle. Equipped with a state-of-the-art Helios recording console, the RSM soon gained popularity among other musicians, leading to the creation of countless classic rock albums. Acquired by National Music Centre in 2001, the RSM has since been restored to its former glory and is now parked next to the King Eddy stage where it’s available for artists to record.
Many legendary albums were recorded using the RSM, including:
Immerse yourself in a rock ’n’ roll experience like no other with unprecedented access to the RSM as we spin the Led Zeppelin records made right here in this legendary studio.