National Trust for Historic Preservation and Music Industry Coalition Share Plans to Document the Definitive Music Row Story


Date:                      Thursday, April 2, 2015
Time:                     6:30 – 8:00 p.m.
Location:              The Quonset Hut
34 Music Square East, Nashville, TN
*(Parking is available behind the building.)

There are limitless stories of the people and places that are a central part of Music Row’s history and our nation’s musical heritage. To honor this legacy the National Trust for Historic Preservation and the Music Industry Coalition are undertaking definitive, in-depth research to document Music Row’s history.

The Music Row history document will have many uses including informing the new Music Row Design Plan to be developed by the Metro Planning Commission, Music Row Neighborhood Association and other partners. The research will also be a resource for new ways to share Music Row’s story with visitors and residents.

Speakers include:
Mike Kopp, Chair, Music Industry Coalition (MIC)
John Dotson, Vice Chair, Music Industry Coalition (MIC)
Alicia Leuba, Field Director, National Trust for Historic Preservation
Carolyn Brackett, Senior Field Officer, National Trust for Historic Preservation
Doug Sloan, Deputy Director, Metro Planning Commission
Tim Walker, Executive Director, Metro Historical Commission

Light refreshments will be served.

Music Industry Coalition (MIC)

National Trust for Historic Preservation

Music Row Partners
Office of the Mayor
Nashville Convention and Visitors Corporation
The Danner Foundation
Infill Nashville, Inc.
Metro Nashville Historical Commission and Foundation
Historic Nashville, Inc.
Tennessee Preservation Trust
Tennessee Historical Commission


1st draft of Music Row Boundry Map Revealed: