Ol' Elegante Studio

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Ol' Elegante Studio is a recording studio founded by Les Nuby and Wes McDonald in a former car wash at 2734 Central Avenue in Homewood that their band, Vulture Whale, had been using as practice space.

The upper floor, previously used as the offices of Ol' Elegante Records, became the home of Cornelius Chapel Records after McDonald bought Elliott McPherson's interest in the business in 2016.