HERZOG BUILDING AND OPERATIONS FUND
Where it all started, and where it's still happening today! The historic Herzog Studio space is where early King Records artists would record, in addition to sessions by folks like Hank Williams. In fact, it's the last standing structure where he recorded, and is now a headquarters for the Cincinnati USA Music Heritage Foundation.
We regularly host educational events of all types and for all ages, and your help will ensure we can continue doing so for years to come. The Cincinnati USA Music Heritage Foundation established historical markers at the site of King Records, at the historic Herzog Studio space, and at the site of Cincinnati's 1979 concert tragedy at Riverfront Coliseum; we also constantly seek new ways to connect with our region's rich musical heritage and to be a part of its future.
Visitors to our space include Pokey LaFarge, Steve Earle, Marty Stuart, Tom Petersson of Cheap Trick, Chris Scruggs and more. Artists who have used the space in recent years to record, perform and/or rehearse include Daniel Martin Moore, Patti Smith, Ricky Nye, Olivia Jean, Sufjan Stevens, Dallas Moore, Lisa Walker of Wussy, The Mortals, Animal Crackers, Tigerlilies, Ma Crow, Amplified Heat, Krystal Peterson and Jeremy Pinnell.