Leon Russell's Church Studio Nominated For National Register Of Historic Places
TULSA, Oklahoma - Leon Russell's Church Studio could be nominated for the National Register of Historic Places.
Russell converted an old church into a studio in the 1960s.
Musicians like Eric Clapton, Tom Petty and Bob Dylan all recorded inside the studio.
It temporarily became a memorial for Russell after the musician died last November.
The Oklahoma Historic Preservation Review Committee will vote Thursday to decide if it will be nominated for the National Register.