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Iconic King Records studio now on National Registry of Historic Places

King Studio in Evanston Lands on the National Registry of Historic Places.

King Records

By Jared Goffinet

CINCINNATI (WXIX) – The iconic King Records studio building in Evanston is now on the National Registry of Historic Places.

Owned by Syd Nathan, the record label started in 1943 and was active until 1968.

Artists like James Brown and Bootsy Collins were among the most notable artists associated with King Records.

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