Fenter Rehearsal Room at Capricorn

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In 1969, Macon, Georgia’s burgeoning music scene became home to European royalty when the Baroness Ulla von Blixen-Finecke, known as “Kiki” to her beloved friends, and the love of her life, former Atlantic records music executive Frank Fenter moved from London at the urging of Phil Walden.

Frank and Phil made an unstoppable team at Capricorn Records and the music empire that built around it. Through ups and downs and loss of beloved musicians, they focused on what meant most: the music.

Frank and Kiki have long left this world, but their memory is one that continues to move anyone who knew them. Please consider giving a gift to have a practice room in the newly restored Capricorn Records’ studio named in their memory.

For more information on the Save Capricorn project, please visit http://capricorn.mercer.edu/.

For more information on Frank Fenter and the history of Capricorn Records, watch this video.

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