Recording studio

Journey keyboardist sells Berry Hill recording studio | Development

A Berry Hill recording studio that has hosted Cheap Trick, Keith Urban, Carrie Underwood, Shawn Mendes and Journey, among others, has sold for $4.2 million.

According to a Davidson County Deeds Registry document, the new owner of the 0.44 acre property is a California-based LLC, details on which the Job could not determine. The address of the recording studio property is 506 E. Iris Drivethe sale also included a property adjacent to 504 E. Iris Drive.

The seller was Addiction Sound LLC, created by musician Jonathan Cain, keyboardist and backing vocalist for Journey. Cain paid $280,000 for the property in 2010, Metro records show.

Cain (who also previously performed with pop group The Babys), record producer/mixer/songwriter David Kalmusky and Chris Huston (engineer for Led Zeppelin and The Who, among others) designed the recording studio and oversaw its construction in the main building in 2014.

The new owner is apparently affiliated with Barrett Canfield, owner of San Diego, Calif.-based boating dealer South Coast Yachts.

Justin Sturdivant, senior vice president of the Calabasa, Calif.-based local office of Marcus & Millichap, apparently handled the sale of the property for Cain.