GALLATIN, TN (WSMV) - The fight to save a once-famous building in downtown Gallatin isn’t slowing down.
Many claimed a major piece of music history was just too damaged to be saved. Now, a group has work underway in the fight for Randy's Record Shop in Gallatin.
Sumner County historians said during the 1950s that Randy’s Record Shop on West Main Street was the world’s largest mail-order record store.
There's a deep love for a building among the many who remember its glory days. Now, the area's split between those who think it should be saved and those who say it's just too late. The Sumner County Museum has a section dedicated to a place that made Gal
But when the abandoned building’s roof collapsed last year, it was deemed dangerous.
Last week Gallatin Council members voted for the building to be demolished in 90 days.
Residents are working to raise $250,000 to create a foundation in the original owner’s name. So far just over $2,000 has been raised.