Center Stage Magazine and Dark Horse Recording Studios Announce 25th Anniversary Events
Leading industry online music entertainment platform, Center Stage Magazine, has announced a collaboration with Dark Horse Recording Studios honoring a quarter century and celebrating the 25th Anniversary as an astute Nashville music industry business. The first event in the anniversary series is "An Evening with Matthew and Gunnar Nelson" which will be held Tuesday, September 18, and will feature an auction of a one-of-a-kind signed Hockin Guitar, bearing signatures and wishes from artists like John Berry, Tracy Lawrence, Jamie O'Neal, John Schneider, Exile, Uncle Si, Ray Scott, Lewis Brice, Craig Wayne Boyd, Kalie Shorr, and Southern Halo. The auction proceeds will benefit the T.J. Martell Foundation, the music industry's leading organization funding innovative medical research focused on treatments and cures for cancer.
Dark Horse Recording Studios, long known for its legendary top hit recording sessions as one of the most beautiful studios in greater Nashville, will be rolling out the red carpet over the next six months with an intimate series of VIP events to mark their 25th year. The intimate celebrations will honor the executive producers, artist managers, recording labels and extraordinary talent who have made the studio so legendary in the music industry. Center Stage Magazine will host the event coverage as a part of their Center Stage Presents™ which is aimed to bring the latest in music interviews and music videos featuring today's hottest new artists, as well as established marquee entertainers, actors and performers. Center Stage Presents™ also airs on partner network My Jam Music Network.
"Center Stage Magazine is so excited to work with Dark Horse Recording Studios and the T.J. Martell Foundation to bring together a great night of music and charity along with Matthew and Gunnar Nelson in such a beautiful, breathtaking setting," states Tommy Lemmon, Center Stage Magazine.
"We're fortunate to have had superstars and artists of all types bringing their visions alive at Dark Horse Recording Studios, from Neil Diamond, Garth Brooks and Taylor Swift to Jeff Beck, Matchbox 20, and Cage the Elephant, along with hundreds of other acts who have all put their unique stamp on our studio," reflected Founder and CEO Robin Crow.