WABE: As Supporters Gather, Future Of Former Atlanta Music Studio Still Unclear

Architect Kyle Kessler wants the former music recording studio in Atlanta preserved, and he thinks it still can be despite the partial demolition that was halted by a judge’s order on Aug. 8.
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A court hearing over the future of a piece of Atlanta music history that was scheduled for Thursday has been postponed.

A preservation group is suing the city to stop a developer from continuing to tear down the former music studio at 152 Nassau St. where the first country music hit was recorded nearly a century ago.

The stop-work order issued by a judge earlier this month remains in effect until the hearing takes place.

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One Reply to “WABE: As Supporters Gather, Future Of Former Atlanta Music Studio Still Unclear”

  1. It is imperative that we try to preserve music history especially history of that caliber being the first place to record a country hit is huge and shouldn’t be destroyed future generations will lose important information concerning the history of country music

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