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Nuçi's Space

Summary
Nuçi's Space is a resource center based in Athens, Georgia, United States, which provides rehearsal and performance space for local musicians, as well as services to support the well-being of the music community. As the global center for local music, Nuçi's Space seeks to preserve and enhance the music community in Athens through operating facilities, as well as services that support the well-being of performers and the local musicians community. In 2013, the company purchased the steeple of the former St. Mary's Episcopal Church. Prior to its demolition, the church was noted as being the venue for the 1980 debut performance of the band that became R.E.M. History After her son, 22-year-old musician and University of Georgia student Nuçi Phillips, died by suicide in 1996 following a long battle with clinical depression, Linda Phillips bought and renovated an old warehouse on the edge of Athens, Georgia, into four practice rooms, a stage area, a coffee bar/lounge and a library.
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