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Priceless musical instruments are silent victims of Nashville flooding

The Los Angeles Times, 14 May 2010
Publié le : 14 mai 2010
 Randy Lewis 
"As symbolically devastating as the recent flooding in Nashville was to the home of the historic Grand Ole Opry House, the toll on another building little known outside the city's music community may well have a broader, more lasting impact. "That building is Soundcheck Nashville, a "cartage" facility, where roughly 1,000 musicians, including country stars such as Taylor Swift, Brad Paisley, Keith Urban and Vince Gill, as well as hundreds of the world's most accomplished studio musicians, store their instruments and equipment. "That makes Soundcheck Nashville something of the Fort Knox to the city's music community, one that just spent six days submerged under nine feet of water, damaging millions of dollars' worth of equipment used by musicians on thousands of recordings over the past half-century." Read on...
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