In Nashville, great musicians record in great rooms – Elvis Presley at RCA Studio B, Jack White at Blackbird Studio. Now, artists and engineers are discovering a space for music-making that isn’t a studio at all. It’s a 150-year-old church sanctuary inspired by the architecture of ancient Egypt. WPLN’s Joe Nolan reports.
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