Dubbed Analog, the entertainment venue has a 300-person capacity and state-of-the-art sound, video and lighting systems. The club’s main floor contains couches and other lounge furniture, a low stage/bandstand and a substantial black-and-chrome bar.
The main floor is flanked by two balcony areas containing private banquettes, overlooks, lounge seating and full-service bars. The décor is moderne deco with ethnic accents. The central wall sports a large, colorful, geometric mural. Music posters decorate the lobby. The Hutton’s parking garage has direct access to the nightspot, which keeps it separate from the boutique hotel’s other functions.
At a Thursday night grand opening party, Dec. 7, music was provided by ATO and Capitol recording artist Allen Stone. The singer-songwriter and his band performed a set of rocking, blue-eyed soul sounds.
The Hutton also unveiled writer’s rooms designed for traveling musicians by singer-songwriters Dierks Bentley and Ryan Tedder. Attending the grand opening party were producer/engineer and Sugar Hill Records executive Gary Paczosa, WRLT music director and DJ Rev. Keith Coes, publishing executive Patrick Clifford, photographer Rick Diamond, publicist Lucy Ballantyne and Premiere Radio Network VP Rick Murray.
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