Ben Folds May Be Forced to Sell RCA Studio A, Pens Open Letter to Nashville
Power-pop piano man and local resident Ben Folds has owned Nashville's historic RCA Studio A - the 5,000-square-foot live room founded by Chet Atkins and Owen Bradley, where the likes of Elvis Presley, Dolly Parton, Jimmy Dean and Eddy Arnold cut many of their classics - for the past 12 of its nearly 50 years of operation.
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#1 Jun 25, 2014
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#2 Jun 27, 2014
Come on Ben. Don't act like one of those hillbilly conservatives. Progressives must keep moving forward. Hopefully, they will bulldoze the place and build exclusive and trendy loft apartments with a coffee shop and a bookstore on the first floor. The last thing we need are fat tourist wearing Abercrombie t-shirts running wild. Ugh!
#3 Jul 4, 2014
And destroy American history and blow up the best constitutional republic the world has ever seen? That's what you libs really want: Isn't it?
Move to Cuba. See what poverty is really like.
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