Stereogum Premieres T. Hardy Morris "Beauty Rest" Live from Georgia's Oldest Stone Home

Wednesday June 12, 2013 - 21 months ago

Visit Stereogum to see another T. Hardy Morris “Places In Peril” video for “Beauty Rest” live from Georgia’s oldest stone home — The Rock House — Watch Now.

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ABOUT PLACES IN PERIL
Inspired by The Georgia Trust For Historic Preservation’s annual “Places In Peril” list musician T. Hardy Morris and filmmaker Jason Thrasher traveled to historic sites in Georgia threatened by demolition and neglect to film live performance videos of each song on his debut solo album, Audition Tapes (out July 30).

ABOUT THE ROCK HOUSE
Story/significance: This two-story 1780s house is constructed of 24-inch-thick field stones and is recognized as the oldest surviving stone house in Georgia. The house was constructed by the Ansley family who received the land in 1783, fifteen years after the town of Wrightsborough was founded as the southernmost settlement of Quakers in America. The house remained privately owned until 1966, when the Wrightsborough Quaker Community Foundation purchased and restored the house with the intention of using it as a museum.

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