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Video: Take a Tour of Salim Nourallah's Home Studio


by Cindy Chaffin 11 Mar 2010

Salim Nourallah and his wife, Jayme, know how to make working together work for their marriage. The couple built side-by-side studios at their home. To your right, Pleasantry Lane Recording studio. Fifty feet to the left is Jamye’s studio for her child photography business, as well as a space for her to create her artwork. […]

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Salim Nourallah and his wife, Jayme, know how to make working together work for their marriage. The couple built side-by-side studios at their home. To your right, Pleasantry Lane Recording studio. Fifty feet to the left is Jamye’s studio for her child photography business, as well as a space for her to create her artwork.

Salim and his partner, Rip Rowan, have produced records for the likes of the Deathray Davies, Chris Holt, The Cut*Off, Buttercup, Elkhart and the Old 97’s, just to name a few. Pleasantry Lane Recording studio was designed by Bob Suffolk, owner of Suffolk Studio Design. He created a 60s-70s influenced look that’s both sleek and mod while still providing a very relaxed and warm atmosphere.

Recently Salim invited Art&Seek for a tour of his studio and a look back at the beginnings of Pleasantry Lane.

Be sure to tune in to KXT 91.7 Friday afternoon for his in-studio performance. And visit our Artist Spaces section to see where a slew of North Texas artists (including Jayme Nourallah) get creative.

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