Midtown / Vanderbilt

Southern Ground Nashville

The first independent recording studio on Music Row.

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About This Spot
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.
Accessibility
only first floor access
Group Minimum
6
Features
Amenities
Wireless Internet
Wine
Smoke Free
Private Dining Room
No Alcohol
Guided Tours
Group Rates
Full Service Bar
Food Served
Drivers Lounge
Web Specials
compDriver
Comped Bus Parking
Cocktails
Beer
Admission Fee
event $2500, tours $600 min up to 15 people ($1500)
Hours
by appointment
Minimum Age
none
Pets allowed
no
Reservations
50% deposit, refundable until 30 days before event
Meeting Spaces
Meeting Spaces
Name Banquet Capacity Ceiling Height Classroom Capacity Group Capacity Level Maximum Capacity Meeting Capacity Number of Sub-rooms Private Dining Capacity Reception Capacity Room Dimensions Square Footage Theatre Capacity Venue Capacity
Studio A 40 - 40 40 - - 40 - - 40 - - - -