Kathy Anderson‘s Anderson Design Group has influenced Nashville music industry interiors for 30 years. MusicRow profiled Anderson in the 2017 MusicRow Awards print issue.
In this bonus web piece, MusicRow highlights some of her work, spread from Carrie Underwood (The HQ management offices and nursery), Kix Brooks (Cumulus office, Arrington Vineyards), Pam Tillis, Josh Turner, Steve Wariner, Reba, Vince Gill, Dierks Bentley and Deana Carter, The Green Hills YMCA, Arrington Vineyards, Eastland Café, Famous Saloon, Sinema restaurant and a handful of Opryland suites, the Grand Ole Opry’s 2010 restoration of the backstage and dressing rooms.
In addition her work extended to several homes, record companies and publishing companies for Tony Brown and many label headquarters from the 1990s, including MCA Records, Arista Records, Polydor Records.
Her most current work includes Alan Jackson’s AJ’s Good Time Bar, Blake Shelton’s Ole Red bar, Gavin DeGraw and his brother Joey’s Nashville Underground, a new restaurant in Printers Alley called Black Rabbit, offices for ole publishing, and remodeling Starstruck Entertainment and the RCA Studio A complex.
Pick up a copy of the MusicRow Awards print issue to read the full feature and how the DCR helps entertainment companies monetize their archived media. Or subscribe to MusicRow to receive your complementary issue.
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Opry Backstage and Dressing Rooms
Porter/Dolly Opryland Suite
AJ’s Good Time Bar
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