See Inside The Amazon Music Country Heat House On Music Row
Amazon Music made a home for itself on Music Row in late 2021, moving in to an old publishing house and renovating it to become a functional content-capturing playground. This makes Amazon Music the only DSP with a dedicated space on Music Row.
When walking in to the Amazon Music Country Heat House, guests are first welcomed into the retro, homey kitchen reminiscent of the family gatherings of country music songs. Walking across the black and while floor tile, you find yourself in the Jukebox Room. Complete with a bar in the corner and a solid wood booth, the jukebox lounge is the perfect place for artists and industry guests to meet, greet and vibe out—according to Amazon Music executives Michelle Tigard Kammerer and Emily Cohen Belote.
Next up is the Rhinestone Living Room. “The Rhinestone Living Room has so many beautiful details that we love to share with guests. With fun tiara adorned taxidermy, jewel tones, fun lights, lassos and mirror balls, whether we’re hosting a large group for a Podcast taping or hosting a jam session, all are welcome to gather here,” the execs share with MusicRow.
The greenroom is appropriately called “the Pinkroom.” Amazon Music pays tribute to the ladies of country music in this space. On the way from the Pinkroom to the podcast studio, guests walk down the Gold Record Hallway. “It’s the perfect display of all the amazing artists and songs that we get to champion every day as artists make their way to get ready to rock on the Country Heat Weekly Podcast,” the execs share.
Amazon Music didn’t slouch on the bathrooms in the Country Heat House. The john in the Amazon Music house is plastered with camo wallpaper. “It’s Nashville. Who doesn’t want a camo bathroom?! We especially love the lava lamp that ties into the ’70s theme of the whole house.”
Last but certainly not least, the Amazon Music house includes a space for its Country Heat Weekly Podcast with hosts, Kelly Sutton and Amber Anderson.
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