In a city that relishes music, it's not surprising that musician W.O. Smith dreamed of a place in Nashville where kids would receive high-quality musical instruction. In two small buildings, totaling about 2,000 square feet, the W.O. Smith Community Music School educated hundreds of kids ages 7 to 18. But the space soon proved to be inadequate, and Smith has found a new home for the school: the old Acuff Tire Co. building at the corner of Eighth and Edgehill avenues. The school's staff is preparing to show off the renovated 22,000-square-foot building, just a few blocks from the school's old location. The lesson studios have doubled, allowing for more volunteers to teach and enough studio space for students to practice and rehearse.To read The Nashville Tennesseean article, click here.