Farris, Self & Moore, LLC (FSM) has outgrown its space and moved to 1 Music Circle South, Suite 100.
Taking over two floors and 10,000 square feet, the company has grown significantly since Kella Farris, Stephanie Mundy Self and Catherine Moore opened its doors in 2015. FSM now employs 26.
The new office has an internal stairwell between its two floors as well as common areas, such as a big kitchen and a break area with a ping-pong table—elements that are important to FSM’s culture. The new office also has several conference rooms in addition to a large multi-purpose room.
“We love our side street close to this rich musical history of Music Row but with ample parking, which is hard to find anywhere in Nashville much less close to the Row,” says the three partners. “Our new space is close to BMI and other labels for clients’ performances and events. It’s convenient for walkable meetings that occur on the Row. We enjoy being in a building with other music business companies where collaboration and clients popping by is encouraged.”
The history of 1 Music Circle South is also important to FSM. The address was home to the Country Music Association from 1990 to 2016.
“We’ve always been a Music Row firm—from KSCO (The Kella Stephenson Company) in a little blue house in 2006 to starting FSM in 2015, we’ve always been on Music Row. The camaraderie, history and energy you get on the Row is so special,” the women share. “We’d like to thank Tatum Flynn, Solomon Builders and Elevate Design for building out an incredible space for FSM. The history of Nashville’s music scene is important to our firm. In addition to the history, we are enthusiastic about the future and the role we get to play in the lives of our clients.”
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