Nashville's famed Music Row is officially a national treasure. The news came this week from the Washington, D.C. based National Trust for Historic Preservation, after the historic RCA Studio A was saved at the last minute from demolition.
The new owner of RCA Studio A, Aubrey Preston, isn't wasting any time in making plans for the historic property. Preston, who purchased the studio just in time to save it from demolition, says has has a three-part plan for the legendary studio.
Aubrey Preston was a relatively unknown Tennesse resident a few weeks ago, but he might now be the most beloved person around Nashville. A philanthropist who worked in health care real estate, he purchased Music Row's historic RCA Studio A, previously owned by developer Tim Reynolds and his company, Bravo Development, in the final hours before the deadline Reynolds set for buyers wanting to purchase and preserve the building.