Music Industry Coalition Sets Public Meeting For Oct. 7

10255357_1565862237020595_3035389988965971505_nThe Music Industry Coalition (MIC) and the National Trust for Historic Preservation will share research about Music Row’s history during a public meeting on Wednesday, Oct. 7 at RCA Studio A, located at 30 Music Square West at 6 p.m.

Metro Planning Department Exec. Director Doug Sloan will be on hand to discuss the next steps in the development of a new design plan for the Music Row area, as well as how the research study will inform the planning process.

Speakers will include Mike Kopp, Chair of the Music Industry Coalition; David Brown, Exec. VP and Chief Preservation Officer at National Trust; Carolyn Brackett, Sr. Field Officer at National Trust; Robbie Jones, Principal Investigator and Senior Historian at New South Associates, and Sloan.

For more information, visit preservationnation.org or the Music Industry Coalition’s Facebook page.

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