Dienstag, 31. Januar 2012
16:50 Christian Lamitschka No comments
Ryman Auditorium to get new stage
Music City’s most famous stage — which provided a platform under the feet of the legendary likes of , , and — will hold its last performance this week after 61 years of service.
Oak to be replaced with Brazilian teak
Manager: ‘We don’t replace pews’“Even things like the stained-glass windows that people think are so integral to the building, because it used to be a tabernacle — those were installed in 1966,” Colladay said. “It tends to kind of absorb these things and make them part of the story. It’s an ongoing story. To me, the Ryman is the heart of Nashville. It looks like Nashville’s heart. It’s this kind of heart-shaped, red building, and it’s a living, changing place.”
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