Southern Ground Nashville is Zac Brown's recording studio in Nashville, Tennessee. The building started its life as the Addison Ave Cumberland Presbyterian Church in 1903. In 1968, Fred Foster converted the building into the first independent recording studio on Music Row, and it's been a working studio ever since. Southern Ground Nashville is much more than just a space to track and record music. From seated dinners, to interactive songwriting workshops and artist showcases, we offer a full-service experience you and your guests won’t forget.
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