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T. Hardy Morris performing “OK Corral” at Chattahoochee Park Pavilion in Gainesville, GA with Matt “Pistol” Stoessel and Thayer Sarrano.
ABOUT PLACES IN PERIL
Inspired by The Georgia Trust For Historic Preservation’s annual “Places In Peril” list musician T. Hardy Morris and filmmaker Jason Thrasher traveled to historic sites in Georgia threatened by demolition and neglect to film live performance videos of each song on his debut solo album, “Audition Tapes.”
ABOUT CHATTAHOOCHEE PARK PAVILION
Built at the turn of the 20th century, Chattahoochee Park Pavilion was used as an entertainment venue in an amusement park called Chattahoochee Park, built on the banks of what was then Lake Warner. Georgia Power purchased the facility in 1923 and operated it as an employee retreat until 1955. When Lake Lanier was completed in 1958, most of the buildings of Chattahoochee Park were covered by water, leaving behind a sole pavilion building. This wood frame structure, which features an intricate roof trussing system, is owned by the American Legion Post 7 of Gainesville. To learn more about Places In Peril visit http://t.hardymorris.com/placesinperil
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