NRC Recordings Receive Audio Restoration from Osiris Studio

Founded in 1958, Atlanta’s National Recording Corporation started the careers of many country, rock and rock-a-billy musicians including Jerry Reed, Joe South, Ray Smith and Ray Stevens. After releasing hundreds of great records in the early 1960’s the short-lived National Recording Corp. closed its doors. During the late 1980’s Georgia music producer and studio owner, Johnny Carter, a life long NRC fan himself, took the name NRC for his recording studio in Rome, Georgia. Carter has recently acquired the master use rights to the entire NRC catalog and has chosen Michael Graves’ Osiris Studio to restore and remaster much of the original recordings for re-issue.