–> Owner is suing to demolish the actual studio structure where civil rights, economic inclusion made culture that changed the world
“There is no other place in Cincinnati that busted down racial barriers like King. At this civil rights landmark The Stanley Brothers joined with Hank Ballard and changed the world,” said CMHF President Marvin Hawkins.
“It will be an exciting day for Cincinnati and the King Records fans across the world,’ said BCF President Patti Collins.
BCF and CMHF will continue to reach out to owner and team of lawyers to try and find win-win for all that does not tear down any of the buildings, especially the structure where the studio still stands and where Danny Adler proved recording can still be done with The Last Session On Brewster. BCF and CMHF greatly appreciates an open dialog, even while owner sues city, and hopes owner will sell to #SaveKingOnBrewster.
to City Council and Mayor
where rock and roll, funk
and hip-hop were conceived