The future of Nashville's RCA Studio A was under question recently, with the local music community rallying to preserve the space from developers' hands. Sturgill Simpson was one of those supporters, visiting the studio to record a couple of songs.

Simpson recently released the video for 'Life of Sin' from Studio A, and has followed it up with a similar performance of his song 'Long White Line.' Both songs come off of his new album, 'Metamodern Sounds in Country Music.'

It's possible that Simpson chose to record in the space because of its planned demolition, but the building was purchased at the last minute by Aubrey Preston, a philanthropist from Tennessee.

The historic studio has seen a long list of legendary and contemporary performers, including Lyle LovettRonnie MilsapWillie Nelson, the Oak Ridge BoysVince GillFaith HillAlan JacksonJosh TurnerCarrie UnderwoodLee Ann WomackHank Williams, Jr.Lady AntebellumMiranda LambertKacey Musgraves and the Beach BoysBen Folds, who had a rental lease on the space expiring in November, was one of the artists spearheading the fight to preserve Studio A.

Simpson's award-winning 'Metamodern Sounds in Country Music' is available for download on iTunes and Amazon.