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News: Nashville Music Industry Recovers After Flood Destroyed Instruments, Venues
Posted on Tuesday, November 09, 2010 @ 11:13:51 UTC
Topic: Industry News

Joe Glaser's repair shop has resuscitated about 100 guitars - along with musicians' livelihoods - some of which were "given up for dead" after being found warped or smeared in river sludge when the Cumberland River overflowed after torrential rains in early May. Damaged goods sat waterlogged in artists' homes, in recording studios and inside the massive SoundCheck music storage warehouse near the river, where working musicians and big-name stars alike stored thousands of valuable instruments. Complete Article





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