August 2, 2021
Aug 2, 2021
In October 2019, Capital at Play – an monthly entrepreneurship and business magazine based here in Western North Carolina – covered the Citizen Vinyl project in its ‘Insight’ column. You can read the entire article here.
“In 2018 the sale of a familiar downtown Asheville building, located at 14 O. Henry Avenue, was announced. Dating to 1939 and designed by architect Tony Lord, it’s home to the Asheville Citizen-Times. Sold for $5.25 million to David and Nathan Brown, of O. Henry Investments LLC and Leverette Investments LLC, a complete renovation was soon underway. The Citizen-Times continues to operate from the second floor, but some ambitious plans are afoot for the first floor. The AVL VINYL Press & Café (not the official project name just yet) will be, according to studio producer and head of NewSong Music Group, Gar Ragland, “a dynamic, magnetic project sure to become an enduring, must-see spot in Asheville.” (Ragland was profiled in our October 2018 issue.)”
You can read the entire article here.
Thanks to Asheville based music writer Bill Kopp’s excellent feature on Citizen Vinyl for Goldmine Magazine. The three page spread originally ran in their November print issue, but you can read an excerpt on Bill’s personal blog, Musoscribe, here. Truly Fine Citizen: Citizen Vinyl Launches… View Article