Nashville Musician Shingles His Roof With Records

Nashville Musician Matt Glassmeyer is, according to Jazz.com, a bit of an inventor. Now we learn that he is a repurposer, using 350 damaged records to build a roof on his porch.

I would worry about the shallow slope, but they don't get much snow in Nashville and it is not like it is covering interior space.

I would have thought that they would warp in the heat and sun of Nashville. It beautifully done though, with a nail and washer through each spindle hole. Nice work.

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