Dark Horse Recording Studio

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Dark Horse Recording Studios is located in Franklin, Tennessee, originally opened in 1993 and expanded in 2009. Its early client base consisted of Neil Diamond, Faith Hill, and Martina McBride;[1][2] it was designed and built by author, speaker, and recording artist Robin Crow.

In July 2004, the Lodge studio was featured on the cover of Mix Magazine reporting that "The largest of the four studios, the Lodge’s cathedral-like control room accommodates up to six musicians who can theoretically gather around the Trident and Martin Sound ACX 24-channel side car. The Lodge also features an 18x20-foot drum room and a third room with a second Yamaha C7 and a Hammond B3 organ."[3]

Dark Horse Recording consists of four recording studios on a ten acre property.[4] Artists who have recorded at the studio complex include: Florida Georgia Line, Matchbox Twenty,[5] Jeff Beck,[6] Carrie Underwood,[7] Rascal Flatts, Little Big Town, Dolly Parton, Dierks Bentley, Alan Jackson, Vince Gill, Taylor Swift,[8] Wynonna Judd, Korn, Alice In Chains, Megadeth, Michael W. Smith,[9] Béla Fleck, Amy Grant, Alison Krauss, Big & Rich, Relient K, Foghat, Thin Lizzy, Ashley Judd, Hunter Hayes, Tim McGraw and Keith Urban.

Peter Frampton[10] was interviewed at Dark Horse Recording for The Big Interview With Dan Rather[11] in 2017.

References[edit]

  1. Discogs Editorial Staff (February 11, 2021). "Dark Horse Recording". Discogs. Retrieved 2021-02-11. Unknown parameter |url-status= ignored (help)
  2. "Dark Horse Recording Client List". Dark Horse Recording. Retrieved 2021-02-11. Unknown parameter |url-status= ignored (help)
  3. Johnson, Heather (2004-07-01). "Mix Magazine: Darkhorse Recording Becomes Destination Music Studio in Nashville". Archived from the original on 2008-05-22. Retrieved 2021-02-11. Unknown parameter |url-status= ignored (help)
  4. Kraft, Meghan (2020-10-31). "World Famous Recording Studio". OnlyInYourState. Retrieved 2021-02-11. Unknown parameter |url-status= ignored (help)
  5. "North (Matchbox Twenty album)", Wikipedia, 2021-02-05, retrieved 2021-02-11
  6. "Dark Horse Institute names president". Nashville Post. Retrieved 2021-02-11.
  7. lfredericks (2018-06-13). "Carrie Underwood's "The Champion," Recorded at Dark Horse Recording, Wins Big at the Super Bowl and Winter Olympics". Leslie Fredericks. Retrieved 2021-02-11.
  8. "Should've Said No", Wikipedia, 2021-02-02, retrieved 2021-02-11
  9. "Stand (Michael W. Smith album)", Wikipedia, 2021-01-23, retrieved 2021-02-11
  10. Peter Frampton, retrieved 2021-02-11
  11. AXS TV: The Big Interview with Dan Rather, retrieved 2021-02-11

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Coordinates: 35°56′41″N 86°56′25″W / 35.944650°N 86.940318°W / 35.944650; -86.940318

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